By Nelson Lynch
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Published: May 15, 2011
Words: 2,575 (approximate)
Two small time hoodlums travel to Horizon Street. They heard, from another crook, that easy money could be had from the Oracle living there. But, of course, the Oracle had different ideas about easy money and being an easy mark.
The Oracle lives on Horizon Street. At least that’s what another crook told Dunce and Ed. There was easy money to be had with a minimum of work. All that would be needed were a few threats and a bit of arm-twisting.
The Oracle lived in a dark room at the end of a dead-end alley. She had no intentions of falling for strong-arm methods and giving out money.
This story is the product of an assignment given to the writers of the First Saturday Writers of the Eastern Shore.
, fortune teller
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