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'Clear Midnight', a new story by Michael Caleb Tasker

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ABR Fiction

'Clear Midnight', a new story by Michael Caleb Tasker

Reviewed by
ABR Fiction

That winter it was bad and he often woke a little before midnight with his teeth aching and he would dress quickly and walk through the snow for an hour or so and later, when he came home, he saw the lights burning softly at her window. She didn’t seem to sleep much. Sometimes he stopped in the hallway and listened at her door but there was little to hear. Once he heard the squeak of a cork but there weren’t any voices and he liked the thought of her having a late night drink, alone, while the building slept.

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