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The Escape of John Doe

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The story of John Doe who stops to help a woman in distress and finds his life has stopped being his own.

Officer Mark Richards was just minding his own business one cold and snowy night. Then John Doe showed up, nearly naked and a mess. From that point on the two men would find their lives joined until John's past can be revealed.

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  • 1. Chapter 1
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I was pulled into it from the beginning. The poor guy who was tortured seemed to be distant. I am wondering and hoping that officer will be friend the guy. I must say that I can not wait for the next installment. I agree with Carrington, it is by far the darkest you have written thus far. I was always told a writer would never be afraid to attempt something new and unknown to them. I think you have accomplished this feat.

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On 12/10/2012 09:14 AM, harcallard said:
I was pulled into it from the beginning. The poor guy who was tortured seemed to be distant. I am wondering and hoping that officer will be friend the guy. I must say that I can not wait for the next installment. I agree with Carrington, it is by far the darkest you have written thus far. I was always told a writer would never be afraid to attempt something new and unknown to them. I think you have accomplished this feat.
I am glad it held your attention. This was one of those stories that once I began it, it seemed to take on a life of its own. However I will admit the story would never have been as good without the efforts of my team. They made my story sparkle. This was only meant to be a one shot though. I really don't intend to pick this up again.
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