Coincidental Crime

Last week, I read a fiction short-story aloud to an audience, as part of the local writers’ group program called L’Audible Art. My story, entitled Urban Dear Hunt, revolved around a woman’s murder of her adulterous husband by shooting an arrow into his heart and scheming so that his lover is blamed for the crime. An article in today’s Arkansas Democrat Gazette, on page 1B, carries the following headline: “Chester man takes arrow through head; archer sought.” That’s oddly coincidental, methinks.

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