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4.25  ·  Rating Details ·  8 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Crime-noir meets ghost-horror in this flash fiction story. Mobster thugs Pauli and Mouse come across a street clown late at night who seems to know more than he’s telling; maybe too much. But you know the best thing about killing a mime? No one hears him scream. Then again, by the time this story is over, it won’t be him screaming.

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Published August 24th 2012 by Fugitive Fiction
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J.D. Brink
Oct 10, 2013 J.D. Brink rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: anyone who likes mobsters, noir, ghosts, and horror.
Shelves: horror, noir
*A FREE, quick, and fun read. I hate to keep dropping reviews on MY OWN work--that's really not how it's supposed to work--but it seems I can't add a book without also saying what I think of it. So...

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Melissa ownsbey
Feb 17, 2014 Melissa ownsbey rated it it was amazing
awesome cover it would make a good tattoo
i loved this book it was awesome
wish it could have been longer
is my only thing
but it was still good
Richard Mactough
Mar 28, 2014 Richard Mactough rated it really liked it
It was a very fun short story. The mime creeped me out and it was very suspenseful. The part when blood slit throat was mentioned left an uncomfortable feeling around my neck.
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