NIAGARA FALLS Reviews

| May 6, 2013

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NIAGARA FALLS


“Zelda was her name, a shriveled apple of a woman with sunken cheeks and eyes and the hooked nose of a pirate.”

In the short story, Niagara Falls, a young girl helps an elderly neighbor prepare for a Christmas Eve visit from her estranged son.

Niagara Falls was originally published in SansCrit, A Literary Magazine.

For more stories by Inge Moore, check out REFLECTIONS AND ACCIDENTS, A Collection of Short Stories, and AS CRAZY AS YOU, A Collection of Short Stories, both available on Kindle.

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