Fiction | June 01, 1992

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On David Wheelock’s front walk, beside his sagging sago palm, was someone who made him feel a little dizzy.  She had rung his doorbell some minutes before.  Now she was leaving “Hello,” he called out.

“Dr. Wheelock,” she said, turning rapidly.  “It’s me!”

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