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Dreams of Smoke

A Detective Murder Mystery

Few tourists come to San Francisco in mid-April, at least, not ones familiar with San Francisco weather. The Bay Area is only comfortably warm from about late June to mid-November. The rest of the time, it’s rainy, foggy, cool, and windy. Very nice if you’re half Eskimo. Of course, it does have its sporadic days […]

By Gerald Boltz Posted in Fiction on August 3, 2020 12 min read Continue reading
The Cry of the Lake

A Psychological Thriller for Mystery Lovers

Death smells of macaroons. Amelie was slumped over the kitchen table, face in a plate of meringues. Spearmint-green flakes stuck to her left cheek. Her glazed irises remained fixed upon a vase of spiky dahlias, cut and arranged by Grace that very morning. Every tangerine petal was bug and blemish free; my sister was well […]

By Charlie Tyler Posted in Fiction on August 3, 2020 8 min read Continue reading
The Convergence

Where Tragedy + Hope Collide

Chapter 1: The Wreckage A closed, clenched fist drove hard and fast into the steel of his van door.  He did not feel it.  There was no pain, no agony involved, as the transmitters of all such feeling had long stopped functioning.  Only the popping sound of sheet metal denting and flexing could be heard, […]

By Chuck Carr Posted in Fiction on May 6, 2020 7 min read Continue reading

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