Monthly Archives: October 2014

Crime – Tulee Main

‘The Passing of Tulee Main’ is a story involving a sturdy, honest family in a gentle, rural land – but the tale’s permeated with crime. “You’re going to kill her” . . . “What’s wrong with you, you drooling idiot?” … Continue reading

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Faith. It’s such a small word, just five everyday letters, yet it has been the mightiest of forces. It kept Moses on a pain-filled, often thankless journey for better than four decades; frequently dealing with the whining, complaining and back-stabbing … Continue reading

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Meth – Close and Personal

As ‘Tulee Main’ continues, we begin to learn more about Vickie; in a way, too much more. ‘The itching on her stomach had kicked in again. Usually it was around her face, but it had been spreading lately . . … Continue reading

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The Kitchen – Tulee Main

‘Beautiful Homes’ magazines – whatever their titles – spend a lot of time on pools, patios, ‘great rooms’ and a host of even more gee whiz items.  That’s understandable; the publishers’ aim is often to get out on the edge … Continue reading

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