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MORE THAN A MOTHER is the story of one family in one neighborhood in one city, Anywhere, U.S.A. The Arnolds — Susan, a widow, and her three young sons, Bobby, Carl and Don. It is startling as a mirror of a way of life behind closed doors. No facade. No regrets. Indeed, for them it is the norm.
The norm… For the Arnolds, yes. And how many other families like them?
MORE THAN A MOTHER — a novel of fiction for entertainment. A page of our restless society as food for serious thought.
Bobby Arnold was tightening the nuts on his bicycle wheel when he heard the girl’s voice.
“Are you sure no one will come by here?”
“I told you, my mother’s busy in the house and my brothers aren’t home.”
Bobby recognized his brother Carl’s voice, and he was with one of the many girls who regularly fucked him. Carl was eighteen, and Bobby wished he were that old, too, if it would mean he could get laid. At eighteen, he was still a virgin, even though he tried his damnedest to get his prick between the wet lips of some chick’s cunt.
He heard footsteps and figured that his brother was bringing the girl into the garage where he was fixing his bike. Suddenly, he had an inspiration. Jumping to his feet, he scrambled behind a wheelbarrow and crouched down. His heart pounded when he heard two sets of feet patter into the garage. The door of the family car opened, and then slammed shut. Bobby waited a few minutes before he dared lift his head to see what was going on.
Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only.
Note: This story is the same as catalog number GE-1014 in the original publications (a duplicate).