Free To Die: A Short Story
by John Brinling
Amos, the enforcer, wanted out.
After twenty-nine years of following orders, he knew his time was limited.
He had served his masters well, but age and sloppiness made him expendable.
But how to exit gracefully?
“Unlike the living, the dead tell no tales.” That was their motto. The way they did business.
Was he smart enough to find away around this modus operandi?
Or was he fish food?