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“The Axiom Of Choice” by David Corbett

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When he finds his wife and his student in the bedroom, he can’t say he’s surprised. Everything led to this point just as everything in life tends to lead to a point. It didn’t matter the choices they’d made. And as he’s happy to explain, in his own philosophical expertise, how the series of wild events began.


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About the Author
David Corbett, a contributing editor for Writer’s Digest, is the author of five novels (including 2015’s The Mercy of the Night), the story collection Thirteen Confessions, and the writing guide The Art of Character. Patrick Anderson (Washington Post) described Done for a Dime as “one of the three or four best American crime novels I’ve ever read.” George Pelecanos remarked, “Corbett, like Robert Stone and Graham Greene before him, is crafting important, immensely thrilling books.”
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