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Unethical Magic

Unethical Magic by Sherry King in Romance
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Jim Bob and I shivered on the sidewalk two doors down from the Lucky Strike. The cold fisting around my lungs with every breath bothered Jim Bob even more. I'd coaxed him into a little speed burst, but he'd had to stop and catch a breath. It’s all right. We’re safe now.
As if on cue, Cudougnay's presence tickled along my skin, under my clothes, an unseen hand taking my measure. Heat. Power. Interested amusement flashed in yellow predator’s eyes.
An unexpected flare of arousal made me blush. I cooled myself down thinking of Jim Bob’s hot-wax depilatory ritual. The smell. The yelps of pain, bravely endured.
Jim Bob turned back to the Lucky Strike’s half-broken neon sign. “I like Lavina, Ki. There's something about her. I sense a kindred spirit. Loved that haircut, too.”
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Monday, October 3, 1988
Dawn was approaching, and it painted a faint blush of deep pink on his rear view mirror. Ahead, the dark rolling hills were draped with a glittering necklace of headlights. Wispy morning fog was just beginning to rise, floating ghostly tendrils along the vales, glens and hollows that dimple the foothills of central Maryland.
The haunting beauty of the scene wasn’t lost on Martin, not completely. However, it was the unbroken line of cars heading down I-270 that held much of his attention.
No matter how many roads they build, no matter how many lanes of asphalt they slap down, the congestion is only going to keep getting worse. And the people who could do something about it never listen. Listen? Hah! They have a vested interest in keeping us on the same hopeless, congested road we’re following.
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Thrax Bubbles

Thrax Bubbles by Ryan Weber in Sci-Fi & Fantasy
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Chapter 4 On the Rocks

Landing on Yeggerwold proved a very daunting task in itself. As the planet came into view, Collin noticed that the entire planet was various shades of white and gray. He asked, "Is this place hospitable?"
"Not for the likes of you or me," Dex said, rushing out to the kitchen.
"What kind of person would want to call this home?" Collin asked.
Dex shivered in fear, returning from the kitchen with a hot, spiked antifreeze cider. "Probably someone who doesn't like to be bothered." He sloshed the hot drink haphazardly down his throat, dripping excess on the floor. Siff seemed too nervous to notice or care about his carpet as the ship slowed to enter the planet's gravitational pull.
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ADVENTURE IV. THE BOSCOMBE VALLEY MYSTERY

We were seated at breakfast one morning, my wife and I, when the maid brought in a telegram. It was from Sherlock Holmes and ran in this way:
“Have you a couple of days to spare? Have just been wired for from the west of England in connection with Boscombe Valley tragedy. Shall be glad if you will come with me. Air and scenery perfect. Leave Paddington by the 11:15.”
“What do you say, dear?” said my wife, looking across at me. “Will you go?”
“I really don’t know what to say. I have a fairly long list at present.”
“Oh, Anstruther would do your work for you. You have been looking a little pale lately. I think that the change would do you good, and you are always so interested in Mr. Sherlock Holmes’ cases.”
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Her Habits--A Saunter
I told you that I was charmed with her in most particulars.
There were some that did not please me so well.
She was above the middle height of women. I shall begin by describing her.
She was slender, and wonderfully graceful. Except that her movements were languid--very languid--indeed, there was nothing in her appearance to indicate an invalid. Her complexion was rich and brilliant; her features were small and beautifully formed; her eyes large, dark, and lustrous; her hair was quite wonderful, I never saw hair so magnificently thick and long when it was down about her shoulders; I have often placed my hands under it, and laughed with wonder at its weight. It was exquisitely fine and soft, and in color a rich very dark brown, with something of gold.
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Treasure Island

Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson in Adventure
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4 The Sea-chest

I LOST no time, of course, in telling my mother all that I knew, and perhaps should have told her long before, and we saw ourselves at once in a difficult and dangerous position. Some of the man's money—if he had any—was certainly due to us, but it was not likely that our captain's shipmates, above all the two specimens seen by me, Black Dog and the blind beggar, would be inclined to give up their booty in payment of the dead man's debts. The captain's order to mount at once and ride for Doctor Livesey would have left my mother alone and unprotected, which was not to be thought of. Indeed, it seemed impossible for either of us to remain much longer in the house; the fall of coals in the kitchen grate, the very ticking of the clock, filled us with alarms.
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