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Sample Post from the Science Fiction Genre this Month:

Post Author at Pan HistoriaIrena Balalaika posts in Alas, the Folly of Man

As Bob came in she gave him a smile. As always between them it was full to overflowing with what might have been. Not just about what had happened in Tombstone either. But the big what if between them of what they might have been if only the little details had gone differently.

But here and now there was business. Enough to be worth reopening all those old wounds. Which meant money. Lots of money. The thought of which brought an ironic twist to Irena's smile. "Welcome back to Denver." Irena glanced at Lisbeth. "I hope you found pleasant accommodations?"

"Quite nice." Bob played the game. Irena had helped them kill the first three bottles of tequila last night after all.

"Shame you will have to get on the trail today." She poked at her notes. "It appears our thieves have headed west. Probably hoping to hide off in the deep mountains."

"Won't do 'em any good." He shifted his leg trying to find some comfort. "Actually, it'll be easier to track them through virgin timber than if they stayed in civilization."

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