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The Angle

1981

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Round Heels: Round Heels, Lisa Sinkovitz Jan 1981

Round Heels: Round Heels, Lisa Sinkovitz

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""He was a wonderful man, Dot," they all said as they filed through the door. "A close friend and so handsome even in death," they said as they peered into the casket set up in the spare bedroom. Sometimes they'd touch the pressed lapel of his gray suit; other times they'd just stand and stare down, their bottom lips so low you could step on them."


The Only Bar In Hell, Frank Interlichia Jan 1981

The Only Bar In Hell, Frank Interlichia

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"Every night the same scene is played. The men with goathorned heads gather in one dark corner, and the women with painted masks in another. They sit and drink and think their sordid thoughts, and never make a move to the opposite side of the room. There is a story that one of them tried to do it once. No one has ever tried again."


Harold Winston, Richard Barrington Jan 1981

Harold Winston, Richard Barrington

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"It was always silent in this particular apartment, a single room on the second floor of a brooding old building in the forgotten part of town. Looking around the room, one always noticed first a shapeless pile of frayed notebooks, the ever-dishevelled bed, and a grand old wardrobe whose drawers were never opened. It was only a second glance that would draw one's attention tot he room's threadbare appendage, a hollow-looking man who sat in the armchair by the bed. There he would remain for hours ...


In The Year 2000, Laurie Collins Jan 1981

In The Year 2000, Laurie Collins

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"Here it is, sir."


The Hollow, H. B. Dill Jan 1981

The Hollow, H. B. Dill

The Angle

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