The Possibility of Evil

The Possibility of Evil
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  • The Possibility of Evil
  • Oh how I love my roses.
  • The Possibility of Evil
  • The Possibility of Evil
  • I must expose the truth to prevent evil in my town.
  • "This house, right here. My family has lived here for better than a hundredyears. My grandmother planted these roses, and my mother tended them, just asI do.”...
  • The Possibility of Evil
  • Miss Strangeworth!!! you dropped your letter
  • “I shall have a box,” Miss Strangeworth said. Mr. Lewis looked worried,she thought, and for a minute she hesitated, but then she decided that he surelycould not be worried over the strawberries."
  • The possibility of Evil
  • It's from Miss Strangeworth 
  • "Miss Strangeworth never concerned herself with facts; her letters all deal twith the more negotiable stuff of suspicion.There were somany wicked people in the world and only one Strangeworth left in town.Besides, Miss Strangeworth liked writing her letters."
  • The Possibility of Evil
  • What happened to my beautiful roses?
  • “Old lady Strangeworth’s getting deaf,” he said, looking after her andholding in his hand the letter he had picked up.... “It’s for Don Crane,... thisletter.... Might as well take it on over.”
  • "Sadly, holding hands, they wandered off down the dark street, the Harris boy carrying Miss Strangeworth’s pink envelope in his hand."
  • "She began to cry silently for the wickedness of the world when she red the words: Look out at what used to be your roses."
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