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Horrible accidents like this happen all the time, and they sometimes end up in courts, but there was something unusual about the way this legal dispute played out. It's a bonus, of course, if the speaker is compelling. That means that you have more control over your emotions than you might imagine. Literary Hub shared an excerpt from Nick Coleman's book, Voices: Navigation Donate listen live.
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