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Tales from The Painted Door: Davaidh and Annie

David H. Keith

Published by David H. Keith, at Smashwords

Copyright 2012 David H. Keith

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This is a work of fiction. It stems strictly from the mind of the author, so any resemblance to any real person is strictly coincidental. Writers draw from their memories, so characters are usually either composites of people the author has known or based upon specific people; however, the characters, despite the life they can and often do achieve within the story, are just figments of the author’s imagination and nothing more.


To Elizabeth, as always. You are my inspiration.


Conversation hummed and buzzed quietly, punctuated by laughter, coughing, and the thud of mug hitting table. Over in the corner by the men’s room, Oly farted, which caused a burst of racuous laughter and loud jeers, with a few cheers thrown in by the fart afficionados in the crowd. All in all, it was a typical Wednesday night at the Door.

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