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  • Come in! the Airborne commander kept saying over the radio.

    Hell Island

  • “Come in!” she called, but just exerting that amount of energy wiped her out.

    Among the Ghosts

  • We were so touched you decided to come in! before I got halfway across the room.

    As Husbands Go

  • “Come on in!” says Aunt Zelda, opening the chain warmly, just for me.

    Vivian Rising

  • “This malarkey today is because I want them to go in!” he says.


  • She was also put on the committee for the financial campaign and enjoyed it tremendously, developing a skill that would serve her well—some might say too well—in the future: “I go to the managers of the Banks personally and look them in the eye, and literally the money rolls in!” she wrote Emma.

    The Last Empress

  • “Get in!” he shouted, and the Jeep slowed to a crawl.


  • Come in! he said as he welcomed the boy into the shop, locking the door behind him.

    Kenny & the Dragon

  • Finally: “Let yourself in!” and again, “Let yourself in!”

    Angels of a Lower Flight

  • “Let me in!” a voice roared from the other side of the door, in a frenzy of anguish.

    Lost Summer


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