The Watching Man

It’s been just over a year since this crime/suspense story was published by The J.J. Outre Review, so to celebrate, I’m reprinting it here. Hope you like it! But be warned, it’s um… not exactly family-friendly…

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The Watching Man, now up at The J. J. Outre Review

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My fifth publication is one that I’d been submitting for more than a year, so I’m BEYOND THRILLED to see it finally find a home. They really mean it when they say persistence is key!

In this creepy suspense tale, a lurker takes people-watching a bit too far and sees something he shouldn’t have seen…

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Let’s DEWEY This! – the 300’s

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Ahh, April. The month for blooming daffodils, refreshing rains, chirping sparrows, and…

MMMUUURRRDDDDDEEERRRRR.

Oh, is that not… Is spring not the time for reading about bloodthirsty kill sprees? That’s more of Halloween’s forte? Welp, too bad, because April was section 300 in my¬†Dewey Decimal Discovery project, a section which houses the – dun dun dunnn – true crime!

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