John DuMond writes true crime and crime fiction. His stories have appeared in the webzines Jake Magazine, Flashing in the Gutters, DZ Allen's Muzzle Flash, Powder Burn Flash, Defenestration, and the ebook anthology Discount Noir. He is a veteran of the US Army, the Army National Guard and the Air National Guard. He retired from the Air Guard in 2012. He currently lives in Albany, NY, where he works as an investigator specializing in civil cases.
Professional thief Jason Thornhill and his crew are back. This time their target is a Montreal drug lord's four hundred thousand dollar Lamborghini. There's a nice payoff waiting for them if they can pull it off. The only things standing in their way are two dim-witted henchmen, a bored rookie cop, a trio of backwoods scavengers, and an army of state troopers. Fasten your seatbelt...
THE BIG BANG THEORY meets OCEAN'S ELEVEN
Jason and friends may be on to a major score. A crooked attorney's warehouse full of stolen merchandise is an attractive target, but no job is as easy as it looks. The wisecracking, pop culture-obsessed crew will need to scramble if they want get away with the swag. And stay out of jail.
Send in the Clowns is a short story. Approximate length: 9000 words
Have you ever wondered whether there's anyone dumb enough to respond to those ridiculously worded spam emails? Well, there is, and they may not all be as dumb as you think.
This flash fiction story appeared in DZ Allen's Muzzle Flash in May 2008.
On the worst day of his life, Marty Graham finds himself confronted with one problem too many. An extreme problem that may require an extreme solution.
This short story first appeared in the zine FLASHING IN THE GUTTERS in 2006.