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Death in the Air

by Lois D. Brown

Copyright 2011 Lois D. Brown

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Death in the Air



The blindfold itched Shirley's nose. The urge to reach up and tear it off was unbearable, but she took a deep breath and kept her hands still. It had only been six hours since they'd said their vows to each other, and she wasn't about to start a fight.

“We're just about there,” Paul said, squeezing her arm.

Relief ran through her body. At the age of thirty-three, she'd finally found herself a husband. She and Paul had cyber dated for almost a year before arranging a live get-together at the Tulsa City Library. Two months later they were married. Thinking about it made Shirley’s stomach flip.

“Can you see it?” she asked.

“Yeah,” he answered, practically giddy. “We're pulling into the driveway now.”

Three weeks before the wedding, Paul had announced that Tulsa was too busy, too crowded for his taste and he wanted to move. Shirley had been hesitant at first, but when she was offered a job teaching elementary school in Lincoln, Oklahoma, a town of only 10,000, she figured it was a sign.

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