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The Short Death of Mr Fitzsimmons by L.A. Murphy

Survived by no one and missed by nobody, it was a letter that finally killed old Stanley Fitzsimmons, a manilla envelope in days when an email or an IM would have sufficed. The manner of his death was not important, nor was anything he left behind. No, in the end, all that mattered was the letter. Two words written in green ink that forced old Stanley, the most unassuming man in the neighbourhood, to take his own life late in October.




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