Streets of Gold
Fifteen-year-old Staci Mckinney thought that leaving home would solve her problems. At least it would get her away from her disgusting stepfather, Nick. But it’s not long before Nick becomes the least of her worries. It’s not easy to live on the streets. It’s a daily struggle to find food and a place to sleep, especially during a Philadelphia winter. Things get even harder when Staci witnesses two men dumping a body. When they see her, too, she has no choice but to go on the run.
Philadelphia City Councilman Daniel Langdon thought everything would be alright, even after the ‘road rage’ incident that led to a death. After all, nobody knew what happened. Except some kid saw him and his assistant dumping the body. Now he’s going to have to find the girl before she gets the chance to talk to anyone about what she witnessed.
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Punk Noir Magazine
My short story, ‘Customer Service,’ has appeared in Punk Noir Magazine. You can read it right here.
In a Word: Murder (2014) (Ed.)
It’s a simple book, article, review or blog post. What could possibly go wrong? Everything, as this international collection of short crime stories shows. Each story takes a slightly different look at the world of words, but each one shows how dangerous writing can be. So come along. Enter the world of writing, publishing, reviewing, editing and blogging, where crime can find its way in anywhere.
All proceeds from sales of this anthology benefit the Princess Alice Hospice, Esher, Surrey, UK.