By William Mangieri
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Published: Sep. 24, 2012
Words: 11,100 (approximate)
Nothing is going Jimmy’s way.
Jill had moved to Portland and filed for divorce. Sure, Jimmy should have never gotten that illegal jack, but how was he to know that the Yons would use it to make him kill Eddie?
The prosecutor made a deal with the woman responsible, and the whole city thinks he's dirty. Things couldn’t get any worse. Or could they?
“Mixed Signals” is the sequel to “In a Flash”.
Nothing was going Jimmy’s way, lately. Jill had moved to Portland and filed for divorce. Sure, Jimmy should have never gotten that illegal jack, but how was he to know that the Yons would use it to make him kill Eddie?
Then the prosecutor thought Jimmy’s credibility was shot and wouldn’t put him on the stand at their trial. Even if he had been drugged part of the time, the jury would have still believed him. It wasn’t like they could prove that he’d been an accessory. They’d busted him down from detective, anyway.
Things couldn’t get any worse. Or could they?
“Mixed Signals” is a novelette, and the sequel to “In a Flash”.
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