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5 Stories All In One: LOVE IN THE PARK, MARK OF CAIN, MARS IN THE 6TH HOUSE, PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, REDEMPTION
A collection of the following 5 stories:
LOVE IN THE PARK
Claudette always felt that her mission in life was to beautify the world. She felt like this ever since she was a little girl. She always made sure that her room was beautiful, that there were nice pictures hanging on the wall and that the colors of her room were harmonious and coordinated. Even as a little girl she would put trinkets in strategic places in the house because “they looked better there”. Her food had to look good as well as taste good…
MARK OF CAIN
Charlie looked down at the lifeless body of his brother. He was still holding the rock with which he smashed his head. A tear rolled down his cheek. A thorn in his side had been eliminated yet he felt no joy. Life would be better now with his brother gone…or would it? Blood was still pouring out of his brother’s head and insects and mosquitoes were buzzing around. They were angry marauders biting without mercy. His arms and neck were soon covered with multi colored welts. He swatted them as best he could, but here in the woods, they kept coming and coming. He dug a hole, put the body inside and covered it…
MARS IN THE 6TH HOUSE
Dr. Stanley Mars was a classic Virgo. He loved to work. Work was good for its own sake. He was also very good at what he did. Meticulous with his patients. Always strove for excellence and perfection and people responded to this. His waiting room was always filled. His work ethic had given him a measure of success. No he was not a household name, nor did he ever appear in the gossip columns. But he had achieved a measure of name and fame in his field and with his patients…
PENNIES FROM HEAVEN
In the world Jackson Cornelius was an investing legend. Perhaps there were some royal families that were richer than him, but not many. His companies encompassed every area of human need – from automobiles to insurance to diapers and soap. There was nothing that he was not involved with – directly or indirectly…
“You’re my last hope Mr. Shechter. I’ve tried everything. The psychiatrists just give me drugs, I feel calmer, but the nightmares still happen.” “Go on Shane” said Solomon. Shane Alexander was sitting in Solomon’s office. He eyed the strange paintings and diagrams on the walls. Colorful geometric designs that he didn’t understand. Probably they have some mystical significance he thought. It gave the room a different feeling, as if he was in another world.