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Winter Cover by Christine Whitlock - Short, Drama, Crime - The husband and receptionist meet a cold end to their tryst. 4 pages - pdf format

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This was OK. Twice a scene heading is INDUSTRIAL MALL/LOT and then that phrase is repeated again in the description, so that's not needed.

Some of the dialog and situations came across as humorous, which is fine, but genre description says this is drama/crime.
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