Monthly Archives: March 2015

25 March 2015: “Last Rites” by Chad Klegseth

Grab the bull, sometimes you get the horns … Chad Klegseth makes his noir debut. LAST RITES By Chad Klegseth Dennis had dozed off, thinking about his daughter Rose, when one of the torpedoes tapped on his window lightly. “He’s … Continue reading

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6 March 2015: “The Would-Be Bride,” by Howard Brown

Tennessee’s Howard Brown puts new meaning into the phrase, “Use it or lose it” … THE WOULD-BE BRIDE By Howard Brown She was a very large girl. Not fat or ugly, just big. Big, as in Clydesdale or Mastiff, and … Continue reading

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