Found 60 stories tagged 'Mystery'.
Feb 2, 2019 · 3,998 words (15 minutes) · 113 views
In the game of games you might win anything from wealth to godhood, but the wise consider what they might lose.
Jan 25, 2019 · 4,013 words (15 minutes) · 2 likes · 63 views
Swimming pools in the summer are about sun and water and lying on towels and watchful guards on the towers. And sometimes there's a troll. I was a lifeguard for many summers, in case you ever wonder where writers get ideas. JVP
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Jan 15, 2019 · 13,367 words (49 minutes) · 4 likes · 305 views
Not too many years from now, New York City police detectives Jake and Andy catch a very personal case--and in a world where organized crime has taken advantage of legalized human cloning, family secrets take on a whole new meaning. But how far are Jake and Andy willing to bend the rules in order to uncover the truth?
Jan 3, 2019 · 2,525 words (10 minutes) · 51 views
For a while I worked as a journalist for a suburban newspaper. "Keep It Short" was inspired by that job, though, of course, the characters are pure fiction... well, maybe impure fiction. I was trying for a kind of sardonic realism, and in subsequent stories featuring the main character, the push of the stories became more crime-related, weirder and more fictitious. I'm now working on a novel set in this milieu.