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  • They could have been haunts, so still and somber-eyed in the half-dark.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • To the left of the balcony, where the residential high-rise abutted a commercial building to its right, a shape—half-dark, half-lit—stood on a limestone ledge.

    "A Death by the Sea" (excerpt)

  • They could have been haunts, so still and somber-eyed in the half-dark.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • They could have been haunts, so still and somber-eyed in the half-dark.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • To the left of the balcony, where the residential high-rise abutted a commercial building to its right, a shape—half-dark, half-lit—stood on a limestone ledge.

    "A Death by the Sea" (excerpt)

  • They could have been haunts, so still and somber-eyed in the half-dark.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • The emotional tone of the book goes from the smoky half-dark of the mead hall to the headache-bright of fresh noon snow and back again.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • A sinister line of drummers in military tunics, their faces invisible in the half-dark, the crash and volley of their percussion obliterating all thought and dissent.

    Political Mother and Babel (words)

  • He could see her blinding white teeth in the half-dark.

    Protagonist Unbound

  •    And she looked calmly at him, as clouds hid the sun just then or the sun edged behind the buildings, throwing the park into sudden half-dark, the way that only New York City hacks up the daytime into whatever shards and strips it sees fit.

    Hotel Chelsea - Nanette 5

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