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On Friendship and Coffee
by Maria Troia Jeffreys
I've never known a friendship like Jon's and I still thought we were each other's safe place to fall during some hard times. Knowing what I know about coffee though, it is hard to be so sure of this.


My Life with Bulbs
by Diane Dees Tobiason
I have them simply because I cannot imagine living without them.


Phantoms of Tombstone
by Loretta Kemsley
In the mid-1800s, Arizona was home to America's fiercest fighters: the Apache. Fortune hunters and white ranchers were encroaching on their land. As the hordes increased -- some stopping in the Arizona territory, others just traveling through -- so did the manner of traveling to the hot, barren landscape of the red desert.


 

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