Herr Melby Makes Coffee [NOOK Book]

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In an old hut by a railway in Norway, two men face up to the reality of their love affair; both knowing what they want, but aware of the impossibility of realising it.

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Herr Melby Makes Coffee

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Overview

In an old hut by a railway in Norway, two men face up to the reality of their love affair; both knowing what they want, but aware of the impossibility of realising it.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044266933
  • Publisher: Favourite Colours
  • Publication date: 1/22/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 113,665
  • File size: 102 KB

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  • Posted September 16, 2013

    This short story radiates power in its distinctive and understat

    This short story radiates power in its distinctive and understated way, and is rich in symbolism, with great attention to physical detail. The relationship between the two protagonists is handled in such an artistic and understated manner that the emotional impact of their estrangement is subtle, but highly palpable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2014

    The Shadows~ Chapter one

    "Tell me! I have all the evedence. Right here, right now!" <br> "I have no idea what you are talking about." <br> "I'm talking about murder charges and breaking-and-entering! Thats what!" <br> "And, sweetcacks, whos murder are we talking about?" <br> "Oh for-" <br> "What? Oh for ****ing *******! I have a life to you know. Oh, " The man turned to face the mirrer window. "Everything you know, everything you have. Is. A," A puff of scarlet red smoke filled the room. After the room had cleard of the red smoke, in blood on the wall said 'lie'. The detective who was in the room with him was lieing on the floor. Dead. The man was gone. "*Chisk* I'm watching you. So don't try anything funny. But, what evedence where you talking about?" It was the mans voice. Covering the wakie talki mice with his hand a police officer had recived the call. <br>"Sir! Im getting the triple X online!" <br> "Scan it! Find out where it's coming from!" The chife of police was here now. "Triple X. We will fi-" <br> "Sir! I got it! Its coming in, from. Detective Maquets body!?" <br> "What!?" <br> "Se-" <br> "I told you, detective Rodgers. One step ahead." The entire office had heard the last message. The place was deadly silent. <br> "Call. Jones. Daughter." Where the only words that broke it.

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