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The Stranger by Ronald Malfi
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The Stranger

by Ronald Malfi

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It happened outside a motel in rural Florida…

A strange thing, a peculiar thing. At first, David thought it was simply a mistake—the stranger who sat behind the wheel of David’s own car in the parking lot of the roadside motel. Had the man gotten into the wrong car? Was he lost? Hurt? But when the doors are locked from the inside and a gun is set on the dashboard, David realizes this was no mistake.

And that was when the insanity started…

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