Stolen Art

Julian Broadmoor rapped the doorknocker. He hefted his briefcase, tugged at his scratchy shirt collar, and batted off lint from his tweed jacket. The jacket repelled some of the light drizzle, as did his bowler hat. But it was making its presence known down the back of his neck. He’d left his umbrella behind.

No matter, he thought. I have everything I need

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J. Dianne Dotson is a science fiction and fantasy author, science and content writer, and watercolorist. Learn more at jdiannedotson.com. @jdiannedotson

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