Our friend and fellow blogger R. Patrick Hughes has a new book out. The Gunman In Black contains five short crime stories that will leave you haunted. Not because of any magical power but because his stories deal with crime, all too real crime.
A gunman in a mall.
An abused boy takes action.
A wife's revenge.
At only $1.99, pick it up today.
By the way, Richard, I saw the last page. I'm touched, thank you.
Patrick Hughes blog: here.
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