School for Scoundrels–Chapter 30

School for Scoundrels–Chapter 30

Marian Exall (1583 words) After a full day of testimony, Phil Bradley stepped out of the Grand Jury Room into a hushed corridor on the fifteenth floor of the Federal Building in Seattle. Outside the regular courtrooms on the lower floors, lawyers conferred with...
School for Scoundrels–Chapter 29

School for Scoundrels–Chapter 29

Jerri Bracken 854 words Phil Bradley stood among the rocks overlooking the beach.  The longboats,   with their ceremonial paint and decorations,  glided up to beach on the soft sand.  As Phil  watched, dozens of bronze skinned, and some...
School for Scoundrels–Chapter 28

School for Scoundrels–Chapter 28

Matthew Morgan III 1239 words “Where in blazes is Vlad?” ABO III was talking to himself, but he was his own favorite audience. A soliloquy befitted him as well as it did Hamlet, or that other guy. The one with the girlfriend. Since his valet* wasn’t there to answer...
School for Scoundrels–Chapter 27

School for Scoundrels–Chapter 27

Carmella Bauman 2099 Words Leaning against the worn stone façade, Zeph watched Debra sit down at an outdoor café table. He was certain she wouldn’t notice him amongst all the hustle and bustle of Plaza Major. There were plenty of other tourists around. Plus, he had...
School for Scoundrels–Chapter 26

School for Scoundrels–Chapter 26

Seán Dwyer 1516 words Netta sorted out the issue that bothered her most about the disaster at the school. How could an earthquake blow through campus like a tornado and leave no trace of damage elsewhere on the mainland? When the earthquake struck Fukoshima, the...