Monthly Archives: August 2012

Shootout at the Pig Farm

Chapter 2. George Lawrence cracked Little Red up across the jaw with his forearm and she hit the floor like a sack of potatoes. Ned came busting out of the bedroom, hell-bent for the fat cop. Sergeant O’Conner tripped the … Continue reading

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Shootout at the Pig Farm

Chapter 1. Stan Whittaker, the owner of the farm, was in Detroit for the day. Serving as host to the many visitors at the pig farm was his best friend, Gene Peters, who lived just down the road. It had … Continue reading

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Preface: When I wrote my first story, I introduced it with a poem that I thought summed up the mood and the theme of the story. I think that adds something to the larger work and I’m going to do … Continue reading

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