Monthly Archives: February 2016

Flash Fiction: Mommy’s Pearls

The hole in the revolver barrel pressed into his thick black hair—hair that made him look younger than forty and was his political trademark. Were he to pull the gun away from his temple, a small, round O would be … Continue reading

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Michael J. Tucker novels Capricorn’s Collapse and Aquarius Falling

A fun story of mayhem with a sophisticated accountant protagonist enticed into dealing cocaine and laundering money. Think in terms of the ’twenties and alcohol prohibition, only this is the ’seventies and cleverly begins with a little break-in at the … Continue reading

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