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A Nation of Sheep by Jon Wesick

A Nation of Sheep by Jon Wesick Boom, boom, boom! Boom, boom, boom! The sound of synchronized clapping and foot stomping shook the convention center’s walls. Harsh camera lights cut through the darkness to...

Doomed by K W Taylor

Doomed by K W Taylor Every interview began the same. The opening question wasn’t much different than what you’d hear if you were applying to be a secretary, a surgeon, or a defender of...

Super Max by Chris Hobson

Super Max by Chris Hobson “Of course it’s you,” said Charlene the post woman, nodding her head at Max’s computer screen. He’d been reading the details of the bust online when Charlene walked in,...

The Power of Why by Raven Corinn Carluk

The Power of Why by Raven Corinn Carluk Meredith knelt by AJ with her case of vodka, noticeably close like she wanted to talk. He continued restocking, waiting for her to speak. She didn’t...

The Farm by N T Franklin

The Farm by N T Franklin Jackie, blonde with blue eyes and very curvy, was a living Barbie doll. Graduating top of her high school class, she was smart, too. On campus, she never...

Advent in the Graveyard by Derek McMillan

Advent in the Graveyard by Derek McMillan “What are we doing here?” asked Micah, “It doesn’t look like a crime scene, although there are bodies all over the place.” “We are interested in one...

Any Other Day by Mark F. Geatches

Any Other Day by Mark F. Geatches It was the last week of my wife Marge’s life. No, there was no terminal illness, no degenerative disease, no premonition, not even the threat of suicide....

Danielle by NT Franklin

Danielle by NT Franklin Danielle was the girl of my dreams. Class president and head cheerleader, she was the most popular girl in the high school. I hung out in auto shop. I did...

Where is David Addison by Leroy B. Vaughn

Where is David Addison by Leroy B. Vaughn I’ve been a skip tracer since the early nineties and have worked more cases than I can remember, but this case was the strangest one for...