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    When the FBI went after musicians with alleged ties to Communism, Burl Ives saved his career by testifying, but at great personal cost.

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    Nine of the Most Unforgettable Antagonists in Fiction

    "Antagonists come in many forms: human, animal, natural, supernatural, and sometimes imaginary."

    September 18, 2020  By L.C. Shaw

    The Power of a Small Town Setting for Murder Mysteries

    All small towns are deeply troubled in their own special way.

    September 18, 2020  By Taylor Hale

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