Richard Glendower stopped at the top of the stairs, head spinning.
"Not again," he muttered as he kept a tight grip on the end of the railing. "Don't be falling down the stairs, man." He made another mental note to talk to his cardiologist about his medications.
After a few seconds, things stabilized, and Richard was able to walk down the hall to his apartment. He shifted the mail to his left hand so he could dig out his key ring from his jeans . . .
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