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Breaking Point

Painting by Larry Preston

When the father of my children died, I was relieved. It feels strange to say it. I was with him for eighteen years. Those closest to him eventually went way beyond their edge. He caught his second wife just before she jumped in front of an oncoming train. His best friend put a .45 in his mouth and pulled the trigger. This is my story.

Harry Jackson’s home in Italy was built over what used to be a potato field. In the years I was with…

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