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The Burn

Bonnie Jo Campbell

Jim Lobretto has been awake for 24 hours, he’s out of gas, and he’s craving cigarettes. He’s irritable and eager to be home, so when he’s stopped by the police all he feels is annoyance. However, his next cigarette, the one he smokes while he’s waiting for the cop to get out of his car, will spark a traumatic accident and drag Jim into a chain of events which only promise unspeakable agony and pain.

Jim Lobretto has been awake for 24 hours, he’s out of gas, and he’s craving cigarettes. He’s irritable and eager to be home, so when he’s stopped by the police all he feels is annoyance. However, his next cigarette, the one he smokes while he’s waiting for the cop to get out of his car, will spark a traumatic accident and drag Jim into a chain of events which only promise unspeakable agony and pain.
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Description:

Jim Lobretto has been awake for 24 hours, he’s out of gas, and he’s craving cigarettes. He’s irritable and eager to be home, so when he’s stopped by the police all he feels is annoyance. However, his next cigarette, the one he smokes while he’s waiting for the cop to get out of his car, will spark a traumatic accident and drag Jim into a chain of events which only promise unspeakable agony and pain.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Ken Marks

Length:

41m