Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Catalyst of To Risk

The good news is that after two decades of increasing rates of full-term induced labor, doubling for that period of time where now one in four deliveries are induced, the numbers are starting to turn by a whopping .4 percent. … Continue reading

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missing a glass slipper

They smile, Ian kisses Ginny on her cheek while Linda kisses the other. Continue reading

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the illuminated lump

There’s already too much for a D.A. to work with. It’s best not to add. Continue reading

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unit 435

The oddest thing about the sea-foam green adirondack chair is that it is all by itself. Continue reading

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she didn’t feel a thing

“Up to that point I thought all you guys were gods, saving lives and healing people and fixing things and delivering babies. But you’re not. You’re just regular people.” Continue reading

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puta madre

Not a soul around on this Thursday afternoon except for his and the one inside, though several people might argue that one. Continue reading

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holy shit

Gray watches the upside down image as the SWAT truck rolls to a stop, his eyes riveted on the optical trick of the camera obscura. Continue reading

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down to business

All of the sudden Ian realized that none of this was normal. Continue reading

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a percutaneous gastrostomy

Tap, tap, listen. He finds the spot and marks it with his index finger and brings the Betadine sponge in trailing dark, disinfecting iodine along its path to the indexing finger and traces a circle of bronze antiseptic around his digit. Continue reading

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now is a good time

Had this been an interrogation, this is exactly where the detective would want to be, knowing the next question is going to bust it all open. Continue reading

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