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:
"Sirens" by Gary Cahill
"House Cleaning" by Ian Creasey
"Murderous Lies" by Peter DiChellis
"Doing God's Work" by Wayne Scheer
"Um Peixe Grande" by Patti Abbott
"Loveable Alan Atcliffe" by S.R. Mastrantone
"Slice" by Tom Barlow
"How Green Was My Valet" by John H. Dromey
"The Least Of These" by BV Lawson
"Miscellany" by Eryk Pruitt
"Stars & Stripes" by Jed Power
"Alten Kameraden" by Ed Ahern
"The Farm" by Kevin R. Doyle
In this second collection of stories from Plan B Magazine, we find tales from around the world and across the span of time. These stories also travel the breadth of human experience, from the innocence of a child to the mind of a bigoted murderer.
Some stories will make you smile while others will make you cringe, but all will take you on a journey into the darkness of the human spirit.
And what a ride it will be.
Table of Contents:
"Shadows" by E. J. Togneri
"Pongo's Lucky Day" by Craig Faustus Buck
"Flames" by Robert Guffey
"Faster Than a Speeding Bullet" by Sally Carpenter
"Government Assistance" by M. A. B. Lee
"Ninety Miles, A Million Miles" by Gary Cahill
"Inured" by Stephen D. Rogers
"Embers" by Michael Haynes
"Grave Designs" by Mike O’Reilly
"Man On The Run" by Laird Long
"A Piece Of String" by Ahmed A. Khan
"Mockingbird Rail Yard Blues" by Jim Downer
"The Ring" by Aislinn Batstone
These stories are as varied as they are excellent — there are light-hearted tales to make you smile, literary pieces that challenge the definition of crime writing, and realistic portraits of difficult and disturbing decisions. Whatever your tastes, I’m sure you’ll find something to enjoy here and maybe something to surprise you.