“Dark” by Judith Green

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Margie thinks she has the perfect hiding place from her brothers - the old icebox in the trash pile behind the barn. But she gets trapped inside, and although she's rescued by her father, begins having nightmares. Then she hears about a local man returned from Korea, that he has no face, burned as he fell from his plane. And she wonders: what must his dreams be like?


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About the Author
Judith Green is a sixth-generation resident of a village in Maine’s western mountains, with the seventh and eighth generations living nearby. She served for many years as the Adult Education Director for her eleven-town school district, and has twenty-five high-interest low-level books for adult new readers in print. She has stories in eleven of the Best Crime Stories by New England Writers anthologies, and is currently branching out with a novel set in...a Maine village.
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