Terry McCoy


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Jerel Alexander had had enough. He was tired of the protesters -- sick of their stupid rallies with their stupid chants and their stupid faces. Couldn't he even bike to church downtown without seeing them? Did they have to be everywhere, surrounding the Capitol and bellowing their hateful ideas? more


For weeks now, reporters have been trying to get Abdulla Champeon to say something he hasn't believed. They want him to be angry, to be the victim. They want him to use that magic word that would vault into every TV newscast: "discrimination." more



Terry McCoy

There's a place, deep within the bucolic lands of Cambodia, where the name "Madison" evokes something close to reverence. The people there drink bacteria-infested water, live beside livestock droppings and think every day of this mysterious city they more

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There's something hard and unusual about Geoff Oyler. Even before you learn that he can't go anywhere comfortably alone, or that he only carries money in his right sock, or that a four-inch buck knife always rests in his pocket, it's obvious. You can feel it. more

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