The Baby Isn't Dead by Sheila Jecks
Approx. 60,220 words.
Published on April 27, 2012.
With no emotion, Heinrich Rosenberg looked at the tiny new life. His overalls were filthy, the front of his undershirt a menu of past meals. Intense blue eyes looked at the baby from under bushy eyebrows that were drawn up to a frown. Red spider web veins ran helter-skelter over a bulbous nose that dripped snot onto the tiny male infant.
Finally, he decided, he would do what he did before.