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“Death Sentence”

In Walked Trouble


Brian Jackson

Version 1.1 – April 2011

Published by Brian Jackson at Smashwords

Copyright © 2010 by Brian Jackson

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I was working late in my office Saturday night, typing up some notes on the Harrison case while enjoying a bourbon, straight up in a dirty glass, and a butt, when in walked trouble. I knew ahead of time that trouble was at my door by the sound of the footsteps in the hallway. You see, they were the footsteps of a dame; and in my book, and at this time of night, a dame almost always spells trouble. I didn’t know just how much trouble I was in until I got a look at the broad. Then I knew for sure that trouble had finally found me, and found me in spades. But here I get ahead of myself. Let me backtrack to earlier in the day and start over again at the beginning.

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