Category Archives: Short Stories

“Okay,” he said, “this can’t be good.”

A FEW MINUTES AFTER he’d gotten home from work, the door bell rang. He carried the beer he’d just uncapped to the door. On the landing stood two men in suits. “Okay,” he said, “this can’t be good.” –Gold Fever … Continue reading

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“They’re overgrazing their range.”

“THEY’RE OVERGRAZING THEIR RANGE.” “True.” “If we don’t reduce their population there’ll be fuck all left to hunt.” “Also true,” Neri said. “They savaged us the last two times we tried to establish some control over their activities, to the … Continue reading

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“She had figured out how to set bail, and how high.”

In the six months since she had been sworn in she had stumbled through her first arrest warrants, fumbled through her first search warrants, and muddled through her first arraignments. She had figured out how to set bail, and how … Continue reading

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