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Dinner in Phnom Penh by Leroy B Vaughn

Dinner in Phnom Penh by Leroy B Vaughn Mitchell looked at his watch, it was twenty-five after eight. “One good thing about the secret service” he told himself, “Is that you don’t have to...

A-hab by Edd B. Jennings

A-hab by Edd B. Jennings The path to my fixed purpose is laid with iron rails whereon my soul is grooved to run.—Moby Dick (chapter 37) Damn, she was hot, which was why I...

The Bend by Michael Mohr

The Bend by Michael Mohr My body ripped up at a ninety-degree angle, my eyes popping open, hearing what sounded like a freight train. Brian was asleep, his rucksack propping his head up like...

Room 303 by James Newman

About the Author: JAMES A. NEWMAN, originally from London, lives and writes in Bangkok. He is the author of the JOE DYLAN noir crime series and has just completed the fifth in the series:...

The Venice Hit by Mark SaFranko

The Venice Hit by Mark SaFranko By now Nicodemo was growing bored with shuttling back and forth on the vaporetto. Though he’d tried all the others, most of the time he preferred riding the...

The Dream by Ilan Herman

The Dream by Ilan Herman “Don’t get on the plane,” Andy pleaded. “It’s going to crash! Please listen to me!” The passengers ignored him and boarded the plane. He stood breathless by the window...

Leverage by Paul Edmonds

Leverage by Paul Edmonds Mort Peters’ office was located above a scuzzy nail salon stuffed with a platoon of emaciated Asian women who looked like recent liberations from a sex-trafficking ring. The shop’s fluorescent...