Tag: Fred McGavran

FICTION: Endangered Species by Fred McGavran

It’s not a good idea to go away without your wife, unless it’s to jail or rehab, or it’s your mother-in-law’s idea. After 30 years in the state pen for shooting her husband, Momma moved in with me and my wife Darlene. That particular husband wasn’t Darlene’s father, so shooting him helped Darlene and Momma

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FICTION: A Homecoming by Fred McGavran

Larry usually does the talking for us, but this time he gets so choked up that we thought I better do it. So, hi. I’m Bill Bob. This all started when Larry goes home with some food and a 12 pack after an afternoon selling Reese’s Cups at Riverfront Park, and Darlene (that’s his wife)

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