Desperation is the same in any language. Madness respects no borders. Greed and revenge transcend cultural differences. In this third collection of stories from Plan B Magazine, we find tales from all the corners of the crime world. From Cold War espionage to small town stick-ups, high-powered diplomacy to the opportunism of poverty, these are stories of the darkness of the human heart. And once in a while, how the light of our common humanity can transcend that darkness. Table of Contents: qSirensq by Gary Cahill qHouse Cleaningq by Ian Creasey qMurderous Liesq by Peter DiChellis qDoing God's Workq by Wayne Scheer qUm Peixe Grandeq by Patti Abbott qLoveable Alan Atcliffeq by S.R. Mastrantone qSliceq by Tom Barlow qHow Green Was My Valetq by John H. Dromey qThe Least Of Theseq by BV Lawson qMiscellanyq by Eryk Pruitt qStars a Stripesq by Jed Power qAlten Kameradenq by Ed Ahern qThe Farmq by Kevin R. DoyleBut look Drayco did, with the realization that the mana#39;s pictureshould beadded to the dictionary besidethe definition forashifty eyes.a Aftera minute ... We cannot get a bit of work done.a Lamenteau leaned ... aTell me, Monsieur Lamenteau, what exactly didthat mousy little nobody do around here, anyway? It couldna#39;t have beenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Plan B Volume III|
|Author||:||Gary Cahill, Ian Creasey, Peter DiChellis, Wayne Scheer, Patti Abbott, S.R. Mastrantone, Tom Barlow, John H. Dromey, BV Lawson, Eryk Pruitt, Jed Power, Ed Ahern, Kevin R. Doyle|
|Publisher||:||in potentia press - 2014-03-11|