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The Claverhouse Emails: Still Waters

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This short horror story is taken from The Claverhouse Emails, a collection of first-person accounts that illustrate some of the darker aspects of human experience.
Published June 2nd 2013 by Smashwords Edition
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Dione Basseri
Feb 23, 2016 Dione Basseri rated it really liked it
Not quite horror. More just speculative fiction. A man about to commit suicide meets a traveler on a bridge, and makes a deal: give the man a year of his life, no real strings attached. The agreement is struck and the two travel the world, seeing marvelous things, until the year is over and they come to the bridge again.

It's actually an interesting concept: what is a year of your life worth? And how best to spend it? And, once you know the value, what would you do to protect it?

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