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Thomas Russell


The Boy From Springfield

When Michael Swell came South, he got in the habit of telling people he was from the midwest. It was a natural enough mistake. It seemed important to those he worked for that he come from someplace relatively harmless. The East was out of the quest [...]

The Age of Sanity

In the spring of 1937 my sister Colyeranne Pettis suddenly disappeared three weeks before her marriage. She had been on a picnic with Sam Reilly, her betrothed. He had left her presumably to collect a few scraps of firewood, and when he returned she [...]