Last Read: Moriarty, by Anthony Horowitz
Reading: The Portable Atheist, edited by Christopher Hitchens
Will Read: The Selfish Gene, by RIchard Dawkins
On his way back to his mansion, Dr. Hex considers employing his Laotian miners in retrieving and tending to the bodies of the police, but decides against it. His minor minions have not see the sun in over two years, … Continue reading
For those who are curious, the signs he had posted say: Warning: Trespassers will be shot, broken, flayed, skewered, set on fire, or defenestrated. Their bodies will be donated to science.
But Sal was not the last man to die for the golden potato. John Kale’s two sons, Jeremiah and Zachary, reclaimed the golden potato after their father passed by robbing the El Grano bank. As they rode away, the sheriff … Continue reading
Apparently, when one shouts “next” in a police station, there is no line of detectives waiting their turn; apparently, demanding to see more than two different detectives in a row is unreasonable; and apparently, and most importantly, Last Kale City … Continue reading
This is part 3 of Vile, a novel in progress. Would you like to start at the beginning? Mortimer owns a large house. From the outside, it appears to be a mere mansion. On the inside, it also appears to be … Continue reading