Tucker Cummings

Chapter 253: Interlude: Me and Mr. Jones

In Uncategorized on September 10, 2011 at 8:53 am

Our Margery lost her husband. But not every Margery did. Some Margeries went traveling, abandoning their Doras and their still-living husbands.

Some of those husbands didn’t take kindly to a wife that left them.

They say “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.” Whoever penned that little aphorism never met Mr. Jones.

At first he was heartbroken, thinking her abducted. When he realized she left of her own accord, he soured. Filled with rage, he planned to find his unfaithful wife and bring her back home.

He wasn’t picky. He’d take any Margery he could get.

Dead, or alive.

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