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‘No one died a natural death in Globe’ (access required)

"It says here Aunt Susie died," said George Smalley, reading a letter from home at the family dinner table. "Oh, who shot her?" asked his daughter Yndia. It seemed like everyone died that way in Globe in those days.

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