Monthly Archives: February 2016

THE WAIT

“What’s the deal?” asked Freddie Jacobs. “We just got the word that you needed shooters and that you’d be here.” Tiny Morrison dragged a dirty handkerchief across his face and rubbed it along either side of his greasy nose. “Ibrahim … Continue reading

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MILTON VAN MOORE

Milton Van Moore’s schoolmates from East Grand Rapids would not have been surprised to see him, now. In elementary school he had stolen their lunches. Rumors circulated of his cruelty to cats and to puppies. In Junior High, he terrorized … Continue reading

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Son of the Dead Drop Gal

Tiny Morrison and Light-Fingered Louie sat in the back booth of The Black Cat Saloon. A bottle of Jack Daniels stood on the table between them. The men each had a whiskey glass in front of him. Tiny rolled his … Continue reading

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DROP DEAD GORGEOUS

It was a blustery day. Gusts of wind and sheets of freezing rain took turns making everyone feel miserable.  Light-Fingered Louie and Tiny Morrison bent forward against the storm.  Both men’s eyes were watering, but not so much that they didn’t … Continue reading

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Chapter 1 (My Struggle)

  Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Jah-Keem Yisrael Mohamed Shabaaz. I was a warrior for Mohammed in Somalia, just ten years old, when my ward, uncle Abdul-Azziz Shabaaz, brought me to Sweden. It was paradise. There … Continue reading

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