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PINK MOON by Tina Barr at Jacar Press, a community-active literary press

from Deployed

At lunch, Shelby tells me
her mother died when she was twenty-one, father
gone. In the living room, a cop, her uncle, and
a lawyer, who slid a piece of paper across the
coffee table. She didn’t know what she’d signed.
Ten years later, she tracked down the officer
who’d been called to the house. I remember,
he said into the phone, she was murdered.
Shelby went to Memphis, but when he’d sat
down across a coffee, the cop denied it. FOR MORE

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