Death of a Friend, Tales of the Device

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I had known Grace for two years. At least I thought I knew her. Does anyone really 'know' someone?

Just a man looking for a woman, we had met online and found things in common. We kept meeting there. Kept learning more. The friendship grew. We talked on the phone. We even visited in person a few times.

Then she died unexpectedly.

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Words: 54,700
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301202157
About Peggy Buxton

Author, wife, lover, and amputee.

I have been missing my left leg for years. Growing up I felt that it should not be there, and it is has been a blessing to have it gone. Today's term for this condition is BIID and in the past simply referred to as being a 'wannabe'. I am a full-time crutch user. Like my husband, I find amputees fascinating. 'Devotee' is the frequently used term.

My stories have characters that mirror my life in some manner - wanted/needed to be an amputee or want to live with an amputee. I make no apology for my descriptions of these people and there is no intent to take away from the suffering of some amputees.

I love feedback on the stories, but I cannot promise to reply.

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