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“The Moon and Clouds and Weeping Willows” by Richard F. Yates

Taken from the backyard. There is something awe inspiring (almost haunting) about the moon—once you get past the fact that it’s just rock in space reflecting sunlight… That’s not what **I** see. I see something ghostly…something ancient…something catching dreams as … Continue reading

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“Mornin’ (A Mystery)” by Richard F. Yates

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“Read a Damn Book – 065: Dead as a Doornail”

It’s been a while since I reviewed a Sookie book, and I was feeling like reading something fun. So here we go with Dead as a Doornail… Charlaine Harris – Dead as a Doornail (2005/2006) This is the 5th book … Continue reading

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“Read a Damn Book – 033: Living Dead in Dallas”

Charlaine Harris – Living Dead in Dallas (2002) This is the 2nd book in the Sookie Stackhouse series of vampire/romance/mystery novels written by Charlaine Harris. (I reviewed the first book in the series, Dead Until Dark, a few weeks ago.) … Continue reading

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“Zooch Meets His Fate” (RMFM 14) by Richard F. Yates

After a life of cheating, stealing, lying, naughty language, murder, incest, and necromancy, at the age of 69, Zooch tripped while in line at a coffee shop and impaled himself on a young lady’s umbrella. Few attended the funeral, but … Continue reading

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“Passing the Dead on the I-5 Southbound Lanes” by Richard F. Yates (and Richard O’Brien)

I first spotted the “exempt” plate on a mid-level car, something like a Prius or somesuch. (I’m not good at cars.) Then I spotted another exempt plate, one or two vehicles ahead of the first, and I thought, “Gov’mint must … Continue reading

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“My Response to the Letter from Duck, Duck, and Goose” by Richard F. Yates (and Richard O’Brien)

You tell that drunk, Sam Goose, to shove it up his tail feathers! I’ve already sent the photo to an expert for verification and authentication of the image. Sue away, I say! Hey hey! I have no money to lose, … Continue reading

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“Mystery” by Richard F. Yates

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“Bunny in Disguise” by Richard F. Yates (and Mariah Yates)

—Richard F. Yates [You can’t really tell that’s a bunny at all, can ya? Although he should’a went with the Clark Kent glasses instead of the little wire glasses. That’s just an optician’s opinion, though. —Mariah Yates] [P.S. – This … Continue reading

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