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Living a quiet life as a single mother, Louise Gunther is proud to have successfully raised her only child, Teddy, to adulthood. But all that changes one summer afternoon when Teddy dies in a freak accident on a Cape Cod beach. Moved beyond ordinary grief, Louise becomes obsessed with the manner in which Teddy died, determined to recreate his final moments, even if it means dying herself. This short story is from the author of other popular shorts, including "Support Our Troops" and "A Touch of Charlotte," which won a short story award.
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About the Author
Robyn Bradley is a Copy Bitch by day and Novelist Ninja by night. She has an MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University and won a short story award in 2007. Her work has appeared in FictionWeekly.com, Metal Scratches, The Breakwater Review, Writer's Digest, and The MetroWest Daily News, among other places. She's currently selling her short stories on Kindles and Nooks for 99 cents, and her debut novel, Forgotten April, is coming out on Kindle and Nook (and other e-readers) in May 2011. When she's not writing or sleeping, Robyn enjoys watching Law & Order marathons, drinking margaritas, and determining how many degrees really separate her from George Clooney