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Lasagna and Successes

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In this noir short story a woman discovers a terrible secret, and chooses to solve her problems with lasagna.
She is a woman worn down by life, not so uncommon. But it turns out her husband is anything but common.
When she finds something suspicious in the trunk, her troubles are just beginning.
Will lasagna solve her problems, or is the danger even deeper than she thought?
ebook, 17 pages
Published August 21st 2017 by M D Flyn
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Rejoicing in beautiful weirdness.

M. D. Flyn is a voracious reader, a writer, and a chocolate inhaler. A lover of all things fantasy, scifi, and otherwise odd, she is a perpetrator of geekery. She began as a fluffy little thing, hiding in the woods with a good fairy tale. Years and lots of children later, she has returned to the birches of New Hampshire. Her superpower is breaking mechanical things

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