MISTER MOTTLEY AND THE KEY OF D

by

Ellen Seltz


Copyright © 2015 by Ellen Seltz

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I'D SUSPECTED FOR YEARS that Mottley was mad, but only in passing as you might say. "Oh, Edmund," one would chuckle over a stiffish gin-tonic, "Mad, I tell you." But that night in Venice, standing on the balcony rail with an angry Slovak swordsman and a half-naked fiddler in front of us -- I really began to wonder.

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