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Vandal Eyes (Part Eight)

Read the story from the beginning. Returning to the Scene of the Crime “Thank you all for coming. I’m sure you’re all wondering why I’ve gathered you here today. The truth is we’ve discovered the identity of Gasparo Floyd’s killer.”

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Vandal Eyes (Part Seven)

Read the story from the beginning. Fish Out of Water As Anne and Bonnie walked along The Embarcadero, the sounds of a saxophone could be heard above the traffic and the conversations of passers-by. They found him, a tall black

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Vandal Eyes (Part Six)

Read the story from the beginning. Stop the Presses “I’m sorry. Who were you again?” “We’re with the Gasparo Floyd fan club,” said Bonnie. “We were wondering if you’d like to donate to a memorial dinner being held in his

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Vandal Eyes (Part Five)

Read the story from the beginning. Too Many Cooks “Welcome to This Scampi Happening,” said the waiter. “May I suggest the calamari gumbo? It’s the chef’s specialty.” ”Can I have a few minutes to mullet over?” asked Anne. “Let minnow

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Vandal Eyes (Part Four)

Read the story from the beginning. I’ve Got Something in My Eye “Welcome to Cornea-Copia. How may I help you?” The disinterested receptionist eyed them wearily. “We need to see the doctor,” said Bonnie. “As soon as possible.” “We have

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Vandal Eyes (Part Three)

Read the story from the beginning. Talk to the Hand “Tell me again,” said Anne. “Why are we going to a craft store?” It had been a long night of fitful sleep, and now Bonnie had dragged her out of

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Vandal Eyes (Part Two)

Read the story from the beginning. What’s in the bag? “Let’s start at the beginning,” said the police detective. “What were the two of you doing in that alley?” Anne rubbed her wrists from where the cuffs had chaffed her

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Vandal Eyes (Part One)

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You’ve seen them everywhere. Those little plastic googly eyes that turn everyday objects into adorable faces. Maybe you’ve seen them stuck to a poster, turning a regular photograph into an amusing parody of itself. But all this time, I bet

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Thaw (Part Three)

Part One Still looking for a way out, he hurried up the tunnel. It sloped noticeably upwards now, so much so that Jason often had a hard time finding his footing on the slick surface of the ice. He struggled

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