Tag Archives: New York

39. The View from the Train

By Richard N. Anderson Excerpt from The Lost Chapters by Lisa Anderson, first published in 2013 A tall, tanned young man in his early thirties, carrying soft leather Abercrombie & Fitch weekender with a squash racquet sticking out, walked up … Continue reading

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28. Doing What the Boss Says

Alan stood by the picture window in his office and looked at the New York skyline. He’d been back for a week from a five-day trip to the coast. The fifteenth of August. Nothing was quite as it had been.

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19. The Deli

“I know a spot on Forty First and Lexington, part bar, part deli. I think they have air conditioning. Want to try it?” Alan ventured.

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17. The Goodbye Party

By Richard Anderson with Lisa Anderson Alan and Kikki stood on the corner of Fifth and 74th street waiting for a cab. The muggy air created a yellowish glow in the night sky above them. The streetlights hung as if … Continue reading

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16. Busted Flat on Fashion Models

By Richard N. Anderson It had rained all day in the city on Thursday. In the late afternoon when it finally cleared, the sun setting behind the towers of the West Side apartment buildings across the park dripped gold. The … Continue reading

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14. Another Train to the City

By Richard N. Anderson Alan stood in the railroad station waiting for the 6:33 train back to New York. He usually took a parlor car in the summer because he couldn’t stand traveling with the Block Island crowd with their … Continue reading

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6. New Writer on the New Business

By Richard N. Anderson If this were going to work, Alan would need a new writer on the business. The Trans US Airlines account was manna from heaven—the question was could they get the international routes?

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