Ever gone to a fortuneteller? Did she convince you she has psychic powers? The chance to express hopes and fears exerts a powerful pull, especially at The Augusta Street Fortuneteller—
by Georgiann Baldino
Published by Pearl Editions, LLC
Copyright Georgiann Baldino, 2012
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A battered sign clung to the fence:
Madame Zolta Mystic
Hours 10 am to 7 pm daily
At 10 o’clock a man, wearing a threadbare butler’s suit trekked to the gate and undid four padlocks on four separate chains. While he worked, metal argued against metal, as if each chain claimed to be strongest and each lock most disagreeable.
The noise echoed across the street and alerted another man, who emerged from the park. Apparently the first customer of the day had been waiting.