Fiction | September 01, 1992

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The man craned his large head over the salads in the glass display case — potato, macaroni, lettuce-cucumber — while Orchard was making his pastrami sandwich. She was aware of him — something odd. He was smallish, maybe in his early thirties, curly hair, blue eyes fairly intense. She had noticed him a couple of days earlier, too

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