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CHAPTER 11 – A CHANCE ENCOUNTER

“I DON’T UNDERSTAND!” Jacqueline suddenly erupted, startling Raina from across the small room. “I’m sorry, Raina, but none of this makes a lick of sense to me.”   “Oh? How’s that?” Raina asked, still puzzled by her aunt’s unwarranted outburst.  “Why didn’t Francis just have the Gates brothers shoot and kill all these people? Why […]

CHAPTER 4 – A WEB OF DECEIT (FRANCIS LAURENT)

Chapter 4  A WEB OF DECEIT  “WHAT DO YOU think you’re doing?!” Marilyn arrogantly spoke to the lonely janitor as he stood sheepishly by the side of her desk. Like a disapproving parent who caught her child being especially naughty, she impatiently folded her arms across her chest and fixedly glared at the guilty-faced man. […]

The Good Doctors – (Manuscript Snip)

Robert spied Noel as they walked. He was wearing a sleek all black suit ensemble as if attending a funeral. Despite the icy and muddy slush that laid on the forest terrain, Noel stepped around it with ease leaving his midnight black leather shoes remarkably shiny. Robert noted the sharpness of his pants creases, no […]

The Anamnesis of Dr. Samuel Moore

Dr. Samuel Moore is a mortician and a doctor—as well as a uniquely talented and creative assassin. In this passage, he prepares Mr. Cogswell to pay the ultimate price for his crimes. Cogswell opened his eyes, unsure of his surroundings through his blurry vision. He could feel the cold air against his cheeks, so he […]

Flash Fiction

I’ll be reading tomorrow (Saturday 19th) at 2pm CST alongside some amazing writers like Hayley Moon, Bobby Mathews, W. B. Henley, Jason Head and Marina Reznor at the Hoover Public Library, Hoover, Alabama’s Flash Fiction event. Can’t make the event? Link to livestreams can be found here: http://events.hooverlibrary.org/event/6087049

The Anamnesis of Dr. Samuel Moore

This is an excerpt from a volume in my series, “The Good Doctors.” Dr. Samuel Moore is a mortician and a doctor—as well as a uniquely talented and creative assassin. In this passage, he prepares Mr. Cogswell to pay the ultimate price for his crimes. Cogswell opened his eyes, unsure of his surroundings through his […]