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Ye Bigge Sleepe, Part 3: Beauty and Intellect in Bologna

Summary: It’s my toughest case yet: An apparent 14th-Century manuscript of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, only the 2nd ever discovered. Genuine or fake? 1,809 more words

Travel

Ye Bigge Sleepe, Part 2: Stolen Parchment

Summary: It’s my toughest case yet: what seems to be a 14th-Century manuscript of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, only the second one ever discovered. 925 more words

Books, Reading, Writing

My Toughest Case: Ye Bigge Sleepe

It was cold in Los Angeles. I’d never felt it as cold as that.

Only 5 o’clock on a Sunday and the streets were almost empty. 1,014 more words

Books, Reading, Writing

[Free eBook] Curse the Names by Robert Arellano [Literary Noir Technothriller]

Curse the Names by Robert Arellano, an Edgar Award-nominated author, is is his standalone hybrid literary fiction/noir crime technothriller novel, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Akashic Books. 275 more words

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After Midnight at Vega Park in the Argentine

“Play with murder enough and it gets you one of two ways. It makes you sick, or you get to like it.” -Dashiell Hammett from “Red Harvest”

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KCK

Raul Khoury-Elizondo reblogged this on This Midwest Life and commented:

This will be part of an ongoing series focusing on different perspectives in regards to a murder in Kansas City, Kansas. Stay tuned for more stories on Wyandotte Confidential!

Neo-Noir Fiction: Evil Has Gone Up A Notch!

Neo-Fiction: The New Black

‘That’s only my hand child. I mean you no harm.

Trust me. There is nothing to fear.

…but don’t tell anyone I was here!’ 342 more words

Writing

A Dark Office (Short Story)

The office was dark, I liked it that way. I sat alone in the pool of light cast by an old gas lamp, and my head ached. 578 more words

Creative Writing