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Tears welled in Dorian Bogdanov’s eyes, and even he couldn’t say whether the blame lay with the glare of the setting sun or a sudden crush of emotion. “Please, for all that’s good and pure,” he said to his companion, … Continue reading
My squad hits the dirt behind the fanned trunk of a giant kapok tree when a Mamba .511 starts bark-bark-barking from somewhere in the jungle. The kapok’s splayed base eats up the rounds better than armour, but the wood’s not … Continue reading
“We’ve been in this foxhole for eighteen hours and you still haven’t told me your name. Do you think I’m an alien spy or something?” Renee Carlton considers the question. She doesn’t know this person. “You might be,” she concedes. … Continue reading
Colin Morris, who despite his Friday night gyrations on the dance floor at The Tone Factory could not claim to be the most agile junior clerk at Barr and Camberstone Partners, did well to keep his feet as he experienced … Continue reading
Joseph is picking through the wallet he lifted from the Government Man near the Flotsam city hall, when Priscilla pings his Maitre’D. “Job for you, Beachcomber. If you’re still a working man.” Everybody’s a working man these day, not like … Continue reading