*2 SHORT STORIES OF ABOUT 9,000 WORDS TOTAL*
Robert has been haunted by the mystery of his father’s murder for years. Now, new clues will emerge, leading him on a thrilling chase through a web of lies and deceit to uncover a secret worth killing for. Robert thinks he’s prepared for the truth, but he’s not. Not at all.
Bonus Short Story
A man has been sitting at the bus stop outside Marcus’ house for a couple hours now, and shows no sign of getting on any form of public transportation that grumbles past. Marcus, intent on discovering the man’s purpose, goes into spy mode and stalks the stalker. But when the truth is revealed, Marcus might just wish he’d stayed home after-all.
Anthony Vicino is just an author living on the mean streets of Oakland where they believe in grafitti (not wallpaper), crossing streets whenever and wherever they please, and fixed-gear bicycles you'd best keep locked up with an Adamantium chain.
Anthony writes the sorts of fast-paced, thrilling adventures that will drag you (kicking and screaming if need be) into the world of tomorrow and leave you clamoring to turn the pages faster! If that sounds like your cup of kombucha, but you're feeling thrifty, then pop on over to his word-fortress at anthonyvicino.com/newsletter and get yourself the complete starter library (3 books!) for FREE!
When he isn't sitting in front of a computer screen contemplating the thousand different ways his character can escape the asylum with nothing but a fork, a shoelace, some chutzpah, and a lot of snark, Anthony is no doubt out climbing a rock in the Sierra Mountains. If not there, you may find him floundering in the ocean pretending to surf.
Anthony has erected a word-fortress in the cyber-slum over at OneLazyRobotBlog.com (and is a regular contributor for the Hugo award winning site, SFSignal.com) where he writes about anything and everything SFF-related. Stop over and see what he's scribbling on the walls.
"A solid entry to the sci-fi/noir genre, Standing Kill Orderlies [Hindsight] is a gripping read and Vicino a strong writer with a great sense of scene and description." - Jennifer Bradley
"A fast paced rewind to an ironic beginning. Well done. An excellent read." - Kim Magennis
"Very rewarding and enjoyable" - Ana Silva