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1632 Fiction

A Long-Awaited Proposal

"Cosimo, this is the third morning in a row you have met me in the market. We have got to stop meeting like this. People are beginning to talk." She had lingered at the Realto end of the bridge nearest the vegetable market hoping he would turn up. "Well, Claudia, we could always finish what [...]
  

Don’t Feed Me People Food

"The rolled oats we took to the grocery store are just not selling," a very serious William Holt told the people gathered at the dinner table of the Mountain Top Baptist Bible Institute. They were trying to diversify from selling eggs and teas. "The only ones buying them are up-timers. The down-timers still think they're [...]
  

Red Makes Friends

Leczna, Lesser Poland March 1634   It had been a long, bad day for Dmytro. He had spent all morning and part of the afternoon waiting at the ataman's house for the Wisznias' factor. Then, when he finally got to the front of the line, he was told his taxes not only were higher, but [...]
  

The Searchers

Meiningen Friday, September 8, 1634   Günter Bettin lay on the floor of his cell waiting for the warder to come with his supper, a bowl of whatever leftover was available from the nearest Meiningen inn. He looked up to the narrow window set high in the cell's wall. It was too narrow for an [...]
  

Continuing Serials

A Puritan Voice, Part 2

Chapter 2: Rouen   Nicholas ducked into a random shop door just as the skies opened up with a sudden icy blast of sleet. Sharp, familiar smells wafted into his nose on swirling eddies of warm air mixing with the cold from the door as he looked about. It was an apothecary shop, and a [...]
  

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