Paladin’s Curse: Chapter 1.1

Wooster, Ohio An obnoxious ringtone yanked me out of my usual nightmare. In it, I was forced to watch as my wife and daughter were once again torn apart in front of my eyes. At least four days a week I woke up in a cold sweat from this nightmare. Tonight, the phone saved me from that fate. My nightmare was interrupted just before the dogman ripped out my little girl’s throat.Groaning, I sat up...


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Paladin’s Curse: Prologue

My belt began to vibrate. Correction, the phone attached to the holster on my belt was vibrating. I ignored the phone for now and looked at the sheriff deputy standing in front of me. “Pete McCarthy. Esoteric Interdiction Specialist, license number one-three-six-alpha, two-four-two-one-six.” The deputy glanced at me, then dropped his eyes to the credentials folder I was holding out for him. With a glance at the man next to me, he reached out and...


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Remember

The big hunter let out a grunt of pain. The zombie had grabbed his calf with its supernaturally strong fingers–the same leg he had twisted chasing the voodoo priestess across the cemetery earlier that day. He drew his suppressed 9mm from the long shoulder holster and placed the muzzle against the forehead of the snarling beast. Thumbing off the safety, he moved his trigger finger less than half an inch. The report of the 147 […]

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Birth of a Hunter

It had been a long day. Up at five o’clock in the morning to get ready and make the two-and-a-half hour drive to be at the range in Brighton, Michigan by 9am. The match started an hour later and lasted until just before 4pm. It was a long drive back, but it was worth it for the 3-gun match. Pete was pleased with his scores, placing second in his division and beating his previous best […]

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