By Greg Bardsley, Jedidiah Ayres, ed.
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Extra info for D*CKED: Dark Fiction Inspired by Dick Cheney
The bullet struck just above the front wheel well. Thurston jumped in the passenger side, Glenda followed. The Soldier mashed the accelerator before the door shut. The tires spun, arced a tail of gravel, the back of the truck facing the man firing at them. The driver’s side mirror shattered as another blast echoed across the highway. The truck gained speed on the highway, rattling like a can full of marbles. ” Glenda looked out the rear window as the service station grew smaller and smaller. The Soldier ignored her, accelerated.
He shrugged, walked to the helicopter. Not his problem. He was just a method of transport, a glorified taxi. Plus, the CIA guys and the UN observer weren’t even there, officially-speaking. It was easy to ignore them. Later, after the trial, the Soldier realized the problem lay with everyone and no one at the same time. Innocence was a mulatto orphan in times of war, an inconvenient guest at the devil’s dinner party. ” THE SIX-PACK WAS EMPTY WHEN THE DRIVER KICKED THEM OFF at a gas station outside Uvalde.
They were standing in a small room with three concrete walls; the fourth had a floor-to-ceiling mirror. The designer had never been invited to stand behind the mirror, even though he’d worked on projects for the Vice President for years, starting long before the man had been sworn into office. In those days, the designer had wondered about his most extravagant client. Those who paid for his ingenuity in Mexico and Burma and Saudi Arabia could all put his gravity- and morality-defying devices into practice.
D*CKED: Dark Fiction Inspired by Dick Cheney by Greg Bardsley, Jedidiah Ayres, ed.