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A Witness Above by Andy Straka
One shot. One fatal error.
Thirteen years ago, Frank Pavlicek left the NYPD under less than ideal circumstances.
Now, the divorced father of a teenage daughter, he works as a private investigator in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he indulges his passion for falconry - and tries to live outside the shadow of his past.
Frank is hunting with his red-tailed hawk, Armistead, when he finds it. A teenage boy's body - barely concealed behind a pile of brush in a part of the forest Frank recently visited with his daughter, Nicole. It's a truly gruesome crime scene - one of the many things Frank doesn't miss about working homicide in the big city.
But what Frank finds in the dead boy's wallet is even more disturbing: Nicole's phone number, scribbled in ink on the edge of a bill. He pockets the evidence and flees. Days later, his daughter is in jail. His past is coming back to haunt him. And his reputation - and life - are on the line...
Jimbo's Last Dive by Everett Peacock
1982, Gulf of Mexico. A crew of professional hard hat divers and deck hands head out to the pristine waters of the Flower Gardens reef to enjoy a few days of recreational diving and fishing.
One of their dives served up a twist that no one had expected, least of all Jimbo.
Abducted, But Not Defeated by Warren Jason Street
A short story about alien abduction gone the way it should--with the complete and utter defeat and humiliation of the aliens and the establishment of cooperation between a man, a monkey, and a squirrel. This is an old Crazy Lars story that I am very, very fond of and there are a lot of things in this story that I love.