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D.C. al Fine

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Apart from running the family farm, Jake's daily routine is simple: Late every afternoon he searches his son Joey's room to make sure Joey didn't bring something unwelcome or alien into their house. Joey doesn't appreciate his father's intrusions, but it's Jake's house, Jake's rules, right? Besides, Joey has nothing to hide. Nothing at all. A short story.
ebook, 7 pages
Published March 8th 2012 by Untreed Reads (first published March 7th 2012)
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Emily
The story takes a snippet of Jakes life as he does his usual daily routine of inspecting his son, Joey's room for anything that shouldn't be there.
It was a nice little story, although i did have to go back to the beginning at one point because i wasn't completely understanding what was happening but otherwise really good.
Makayla Thomas
My Review: A very quick read at only 7 pages. It gives a small glimpse into...

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Kim
I received this as a galley for review.

This short story had a definite "oh!" moment with it's unexpected outcome. It's amazing how seven pages can send your mind into thinking in different directions. Who really is the hurting one?
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Jeffrey Howe lives and works in the scenic Black Creek Bottoms area of St. Louis, Missouri, where he writes things that would have made his grandmother blanch, or at least blush. His short fiction has previously appeared at MicroHorror, flashquake.org, and the late, lamented Shine Journal. He ruminates at his blog, Merciless Idioms (http://jeffreyhowe.wordpress.com) when he thinks to.
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