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by Kenn Dahll
Robert’s penchant for collecting characters from real life to populate his fictional world gets him into trouble–big time! He stares a little too long and too intently at Timothy as the young bank teller orders lunch at the sub shop. Robert envisions Tim as the archetypical young New York City Irish Five Points gang member. His thorough inventory of Tim’s physical attribut ...more
(first published November 4th 2010)
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Dec 27, 2010 Jeff Erno rated it 3 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Robert is the narrator and central character of this fifty-six page short story. He lives in Fort Lauderdale, FL, where the story opens. While at a cafeteria style sub restaurant, Robert observes a young man who appears to be still a teenager. The kid catches him staring, and a confrontation ensues. The boy actually is nineteen, and his name is Tim. He threatens Robert, telling him that he has an older brother who is a cop, and he informs Robert that he must service him (Tim) sexually or his old ...more