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A Walk in the Park

Ron Lewis

Two detectives go after a bail jumping child molester.

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A Walk in the Park

My name is Quentin Graves, but you can call me Q, Quentin, or Okie. This event happened in 1978. At the moment, I was groggy, disoriented, had cottonmouth, and had a vague expectation my wife was angry with me.

She was.




Fictitious is a publication featuring short story fiction (and a few non-fiction articles) by published authors. For the most part, we make stuff up. But there are always exceptions.

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Ron Lewis

Ron Lewis

Ron Lewis has had a lifelong interest and love of both history and westerns.

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