Parting Shots

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Burt made a deal with God to save his sick daughter. Then things went awry: she got better. Now Burt is about to meet Marcus on a morning radio show to argue about the existence of God. Things are about to get ugly. Marcus is about to find out there are much worse things than losing an argument. Things can get really dangerous when you win.

This is a companion story to Asia Unbound. More

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Words: 5,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9780987780775
About Robert Chazz Chute


A former journalist for newspapers and magazines, I've made the leap to writing full-time. I founded Ex Parte Press to hide in my basement to write suspense and strange fictions.

Every Friday I have a new free comedy and fiction podcast (Self-help for Stoners) available on iTunes and Stitcher. Readers and listeners can download it straight from my author website, Writers may also like my writing site

Now available in paperback on Self-help for Stoners, Stuff to Read When You're High. Legal everywhere!

You can also buy a short story collection with a couple of award-winning stories: Sex, Death & Mind Control (for fun and profit) on

My ebooks are available just about everywhere, so please check them out!

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Review by: Tony Collett on March 27, 2012 :
I was given this as a gift, but don't let the fact that it's only 99 cents throw you, it's a great gift! I read the description of the story, but it goes off in interesting directions. And to find out that there's a story before it in "Asia Unbound"? I hopped back on Smashwords and picked it up!
Best 99 cents you'll spend. What are you going to do, get some coffee (or a fraction of a coffee at that behemoth chain)? Get a whole thing instead of part of a thing here.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Mark Victor Young on Feb. 27, 2012 :
The continuing story of Marcus from the story "Asia Unbound" and yet another example of the intrigues going on in tiny Poeticule Bay, Maine. Another great story with intensity and lots of twists and turns. I found myself saying, "I didn't see that coming" about three or four times.

Well written, great dialogue, rueful or damaged characters who say hilarious and terrifying things... you just can't lose with these stories. I look forward to the further adventures of "Legs Gabrielle" in the upcoming series of novels. This author is just warming up - we may have another Stephen King on our hands.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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