Stories: All-New Tales - Unbelief and The Stars are Falling Summary & Analysis

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Unbelief and The Stars are Falling Summary

A man sits by himself in Bryant Park at just after six in the evening. Kane watches from a distance, knowing he would be there, and checks the surrounding area for signs of security, but sees none. He finally approaches the man and sits across from him. The man already knows who he is and why he is there. He stalls, trying to avoid the inevitable, and Kane enjoys the fact that he can finish this job up close and personal. He allows the man to finish his coffee before calmly shooting him twice in the head and going home. The next morning is Christmas and he wakes to the sound of his son going downstairs. His wife rises and follows, but when Kane joins them he finds his stocking is empty. His...

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