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John L. DeBoer
Retired surgeon, now a novel writer. Member, International Thriller Writers.
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Virginia Babcock Feb 23
Part 8 Sophie felt hope. "You said ‘our baby.’ Did you mean it?" Neal dropped her hands to cup her cheek. "I meant it on date one."She hugged him tight. Now she knew; she didn’t need her house or things, just this man and their baby.
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David W. Thompson Feb 23
She alone is saved from the inferno. Her eyes still water from the smoke. “I’m so sorry. You’ve lost everything.” She stares unseeing, her face contorted, a mask of madness! “Not everything, now you're mine!” Her laugh sends shivers up my spine.
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Palvi Sharma Feb 23
"Are you sure we did the right thing?" Jack looked worried. "An eye for an eye, they say." Anna looked behind them with a smile. "A burned house for a burned house." Her gaze returned to him. "Now they'll know how it feels. If they survive."
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John L. DeBoer Feb 23
Replying to @2RobinLyons
You're welcome!
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Robin Lyons, Author Feb 23
Replying to @Johnldeboer
Happy Friday, John! Thanks so much for !!
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John L. DeBoer Feb 23
Outrageous what the NCAA is using as defense against suits demanding pay for college athletes. Comparing the athletes to prisoners? Well, some 1-and-done players might feel that way, but it's asinine. But it tells us what they consider their athletes are - a captive workforce.
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John L. DeBoer Feb 23
Replying to @JayBilas
I agree with your outrage over what the NCAA is using to combat suits demanding pay for college athletes. What's your opinion re the demand? IMO they should be paid, but this opens up the conundrum of sports which don't generate profit: pay these folks too or have a double std.
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Leigh Podgorski Feb 23
“The first one was an accident,” Connor told Hannah. “Then, it became a competition.” “Oh! What happens now?” “Counseling. Help.” “I was so afraid…” He took her hand. “I know.” “Can you ever forgive me?” Starlight filling his eyes, he kissed her.
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Sadie K. Frazier, Author Feb 23
I understand now more than ever what an amazing man you were, that you would offer your life to save that of a perfect stranger. Just know that I get it now, why you did what you did. I love you so much. Always & forever, you will be, my hero.
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april erwin Feb 22
I chuckle and break into a coughing fit. He slips the oxygen mask back in place and wraps his arms around me, pulling me close. My fireman, my fiancé, my hero.
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K A Meng Feb 23
A wall of fire greeted them. “David,” a voice called. Relief washed over him, he ran and wrapped his wife in a hug. “Don’t be afraid to love again." “What are you doing? Who are you holding?” Harold asked by his friend's side. “No one,” David said.
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Boni BClear Writing Feb 23
for being top High Value Members this week :)
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Lizzy Stevens Feb 22
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Debbie De Louise Feb 23
She didn't know it would end like this. A killer and a madman holding her hostage in a secluded mountain cabin. If only she'd put the pieces together sooner. None of this would've happened including the fire as well as the shot that crippled Bill.
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KC Sprayberry Feb 23
"You… you." She glanced at me. "Thank you." Her gratitude was heartwarming. I gathered her and the children. Took them to an ambulance. "I'll find you at the hospital," I promised. "Believe." "Believe," she whispered. "I will."
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John L. DeBoer Feb 23
Grant turned to ADA Burns. "That enough?" He gestured at the recorder. "Along with your wire tape at the scene. Thanks." "What about the husband?" Burns smiled. "We got him too. He just made a fire insurance claim.
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Virginia Babcock Feb 22
Part 7 Neal’s mom said, "Now that’s out, are you moving in together? Sophie, you lost everything." "Mom, really? Please go home. Me and Sophie need to talk." Neal took Sophie’s hands. "Sophie, first the fire then our baby, what do you want to do?"
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Leigh Podgorski Feb 22
“Jack…:” Connor said. “What’s going on!” Hannah cried. “Zeke…?” Connor spoke softly. Zeke turned to his dad, burying his head in his chest. “He saw me do it, daddy. I don’t wanna lie anymore.” Katie gasped, wrapping her arms around Zeke.
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Mary Ann Cortez Feb 22
"When is the right time, Jack? After she's killed me like she did our baby?" Sarah turned on Claire. "You did it, and I'm going to prove it." Claire gave Sarah a pittying look. "I'll wait for you at the station, Jack." "Don't go," Sarah pleaded.
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