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The jury in Sorrow has found Junior Collins guilty of murder. Aggie St. Pierre says hes not the killer. When Cal Haskell, the sheriff of Sorrow, asks for proof, she responds with a gut feeling. She says the jurors were all company men, afraid of losing their jobs. Cal agrees to take a closer look. He was warned about some of the men in town, hungry for a hanging and possibly taking the law into their own hands. Did the jury get it wrong? [A Novelette]

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