The Angel Blues

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It's a nondescript, depressing night when Nathan, a seasoned cop, finds a witty stranger perched on his windowsill, who shares his appreciation for the blues. Concerned for his own sanity, Nathan does his best to ignore the man who insists on materializing and the most inappropriate times -- and claims to be an angel, too.

That is, until Nathan finds himself on the wrong end of a gun, and is forced to see just how much the stranger means to him. And, when his unconventional guardian angel seems to have disappeared, he needs to figure out whether there's any truth to what's happening to him -- or if his therapist is right, and he is finally losing it.

This short story was previously published in Dreamspinner Press's anthology 'A Brush of Wings'.

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