A Voice from Iran

“102nd story”

A story by Laleh Chini:

Mr. Sodi was a rich man living in a good part of the city. He was in his late 70s.

He lived in a big garden in a very long alley. Everyone knew him in that area.


He was a quiet person. He had someone to get groceries for him and clean the house. The only time he drove his expensive car and got out of the house was when he took his wife to the doctor or to pick up her prescriptions from the local pharmacy.


His wife was very sick and could only walk a few steps to the car or bathroom; she was mostly in bed. One day when he went out with his car to buy his wife’s prescription, on his way in the long alley, a decent middle-aged woman asked for a ride to the main intersection to…

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