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Ein Perfekte Geschenk (The Perfect Gift)
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Written in 2010.
“Can I open them now?”

“No. And no peekin’ or else I’m takin’ it back.”

Webster sighed impatiently and sat with his hands over his eyes. “It better not be another book. My parents have thrown enough of those at me already.”

“It ain’t a book.”

“Or a lamp. What the hell was my brother thinking? He couldn’t pick out a—”

Hands suddenly clasped his own and pulled them away from his face.

On the table in front of him sat a shiny new Smith-Corona typewriter.

Webster’s mouth dropped open.

Liebgott smirked and ruffled his partner’s hair. “Happy birthday, Liebling.”


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