Category Archives: Short Stories

The Visitor

by Michael Anthony – With The Great War in its third year, life in Paris was grim. German forces threatened from the east; food was in short supply; and labor unrest spilled out into the streets. Yet, for Louis Villiers, there was one constant – Thursday evenings when the bells of Saint-Pierre de Montmartre chimed seven times.

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Fractured Frontier

by Gerald Arthur Winter I was brought up to believe in God, but since that day when everything changed, I wonder—if God exists, we must have gotten it all wrong. Here we are, left with the aftermath of that misinformation. At least here I am, because I don’t know if anyone else is left. It might be only me who remains

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