Two crews of bank robbers attempt to score the biggest heist of their careers on the same day. A rogue FBI agent lands smack dab in the middle of the score. Loyality will be tested and street justice will served with a side order of pride cobbler.
This story explores the lives of several participants and organisers of a game of Russian Roulette in a seedy urban basement. Exploring the themes of fate and fatalism, "A Sliver of Light" delves into the emotional and physical demons that haunt some people - causing them to become so disenfranchised with life that this is their course of action. These people live on the edge of society - invisible to the majority of people. Stephen Sharp battles his inner demons every day. Whilst Carly Wilson's problems reveal themselves to be a lot more visceral. Judith Scruth is an elderly lady who longs for the love of her deceased husband, whilst Franklin Bletch (tricked into the game) rues a lifetime of sin that has resulted in this reckoning. The organisers of this game are a pair of world weary soldiers of fortune - one a jaded ex-SAS soldier who had recently discovered what it was to love, the other a psychotic torturer who owes his life and his fate to his friend. The story tells the tale of love lost and gained, redemption and reconciliation. There can be only one winner...but in the end of this game, does anybody really ever win?
A killer is on the loose and lead detective Bobby Stein gets help solving the case by good friend and private investigator, Haliey Velck. Can their quick wits and behind the scenes tecniques solve the crime?
1938, two cellmates are released from prison; one a con man and the other innocent of the crime of bank robbery. The con man, Carl Duryea, sees an opportunity (and an early release from prison) in helping his cellmate in clearing his name. They reach the city where the cellmate, Johnny Blackham, grew up and where the bank which was robbed is in - Fresno, California. Duryea realizes he and Blackham are being set up again and only has a couple of days to find the real robbers and to thwart their plans (and maybe pick up some of the dirty lucre in the possess - the twist).
I popped out and scared my sister " ur not supposed to pop out ur no good at this" "neither are u!" I yelled and ran away from then she wasn't seen again. Days later juliet was declared missing I knew I had driving her away. Now it is years and shes not thought of the only thought about her is dead. I belive shes alive. They say to let it go. But I know shes alive. Until the day they found a bodie and declared it as Juliet Roberts. I didn't believe it. At all...... I was hurt and didn't belive it was her bodie. My phone bussed as a unknown number I looked at the text (hi I see they found her my little decoy to stop all the fuss about me stay alert the game isn't over its just begun but instead of being found and playing again its hide or die ur choise and remember ur no good at this) seeing the words on the screen I trembled. It couldnt be her. For once I belibed she was dead but I knew it had to be her.... I thought of prank calls in text form and assumes the new bodie finding gave them an idea I called Alex ( hey bestie how about a game of twister at ur place) (sure) I enjoyed the time I had standing " left foot green" I tried but ended up tripping us both we giggled " ur no good at this" she said laughing. I stopped laughing then my phone buzzed ( ur .Not so smart are u little sis just cause u come here didn't mean u can escape) photos started popping up on my screen of the bodie that was found and the memorial service "what's wrong" "uuuum i gotta go ummm bye" I got up an ran off I was scared and a thought in my head repeated the words your no good at this
After eight months of surviving her introduction into motherhood DANA excitedly joins a netball team where she immediately forms a close friendship with devoted sisters LIZ and KATE. that only strengthened and prospered as all too quickly ten years passed. Surrounded by loving friends and family Dana cannot believe how fortunate and blessed her idyllic life is. So one day when Liz desperately asked for Dana's help, she unquestionably obliged with a faithful promise not to breathe a word to no-one. Little was Dana to know or at the time could have in any way envisaged the turbulent and challenging time that was to follow and painfully torture each and every one of them forever.
Kevin and his best friend Neil pay a desperate late night visit to Russell, Kevin’s olderbrother, who’s working in a factory but on his own because it’s his turn to lock up. Thetwo mates have just been involved in a punch-up at a shopping mall that got way out ofhand, leading to the stabbing death of another young guy. Apparently the two areinnocent of the crime, but to witnesses, and no doubt the police, it won’t look that way,so they’ve fled. Russell’s no stranger to troubles with the law. He’s a year out of jail aftera lengthy stint that in reality would have been much longer had the police discovered thefull extent of his crimes.Kevin believes that Russell is their only hope to avoid capture. He can give them themoney to go on the lam as well as give them advice on how to survive. And so they setout to convince Russell to help them, by whatever means they can. Russell doesn't buy their version of events and probes further only to discover that this latest incident at the mall proves to be just the tip of the iceberg, as Kevinand Neil are in even deeper trouble over the disappearance of a young girl in sinistercircumstances. And it’s this dark secret that proves to be the testing ground for their tiesto each other as they move towards an ugly and chilling truth that can no longer beignored.
Adrien made it a long wayfrom where he came from. To most its nothing out of the ordinary,that you can find in your urban neighborhoods. Not eveyone makes it. Adrien is Already knee deep in the streets along with his highschool sweet heart and three kids. To most this is reality that will never change and having a affiliation with a gang or your own is better than any home security system. No one get fucked without getting theirs. Things get messed up really fast losing people along the way. You keep doing what you have hoping things will get better. All it takes is one mistake to realize how alone you are fueled with revenge
GENRE: Contemporary, Crime, Fiction, Suspense24,850 words; Complete Novella - Ninth draft, but still not yet finely polished . . . More work to come but still readable, with all elements in place.Both lines of the first-person narrator’s Appalachian Mountain families’ are moonshiners going back generations, and as he tells it, “My uncles all were outlaws, every last one of them, and daddy was, too. They weren’t lazy. They knew what hard work was, and were eager to avoid it . . .” The narrator’s daddy and his mother’s daddy were the biggest obstacles to circumvent in any situation that developed, and surrounding those two, one could always count on situations developing. They made life difficult for people inside and out of the family, but they served the big fish that swim near the surface, the power elite of Mesach County. Even after the end of Prohibition, their special services remained valuable. As was clear that he would from the beginning, daddy finally took things too far. Something had to give, and the end began at Oblivion Bridge . . .
Scotland Yard detective, Elliott Porter is sent to the island of Pimbleton off the Devonshire Coast following news of a murder of a well-respected war veteran. It is here he uncovers a dreadful scandal that has the potential to discredit the entire nation. Amidst the green grass and white waves lies a village with an array of suspicious and intriguing characters that each have their own terrible secrets. Intended as a television pilot, the episode leaves a lot of loose ends to be tied up. Please enjoy reading 'Retreat'.
Wha's it like to be a criminal? Always hiding, always operating in secret, always running from the law. The boy in the story has never known any different, but whe he finds out about a different side of the criminal lifestyle, he begins to question his 'profession.' When the police eventually catch up with him, he has the face the hard facts of his childhood finally.