Fishville

Sarah Potter

C. Sarah Potter

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It was a town where everyone knew everyone’s business, intentionally or not. A town where newspaper subscriptions were low, but the local diner’s coffee consumption was high. And yet, it was the secrets that no one knew that would lead to an end to life as they’d always known it. Some secrets, after all, could kill.

Kelly knew of one such secret. It was a secret she held close to her every day. It clung to her like an old ivy vine to one of the stone houses. A secret that could topple the entire social structure of the town.

wc: 100 – EXACTLY

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43 thoughts on “Fishville

    1. Walk down to the diner, order up a cuppa, and listen to the people at the table behind you… maybe they know because I surely don’t… not, yet, anyway. Give me a second cuppa…

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  1. I feel like I’ve just watched a recording on my Tivo and the beginning of the next program has started and I’m gripped and then suddenly I’m at the end of the recording wondering what the heck was about to happen! You can’t do that to us! Well of course you can and you did, but hey, WHAT’S THE SECRET? 🙂

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    1. The secret is in previous comments… or, take it from here and have fun. I’m sure everyone who has ever grown up in a small town could write millions of ‘secrets’.

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