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Dima settles in— Moon over Berlin, B2C9

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Grief washed over Borin in a cold wave. He decided to kill Peltsin the moment the man spilled the last detail. The grieving father let out a strangled moan. How could Dima be a blackmailer? Using Peltsin’s own scheming against him to lead a self-indulgent double life in the West? Fraternizing with enemy soldiers?

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Collected Writings. Stories and ramblings from a long-time LGBTQ thinker and activist.

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James Finn

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James Finn is a columnist for the LA Blade, a former Air Force intelligence analyst, an alumnus of Act Up NY, and an agented but unpublished novelist.

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