424

It was a grand folly to ignore the book from the future I’d so oft heard rumors of.  It foretold all that has transpired.  By following it now, I care not whether I am falling in league with the forces of evil.  The only matter of import is to save the life of Josette Collins as predicted in its pages.  It would be a terrible blow for the family, and yet another funeral would cause no small amount of mis-managed affairs at the shipyards should I be forced to attend.

NB – Must contact printer in Concord.

J. Collins

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  1. mrsgreenhands May 30, 2013 at 6:00 pm #

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