Saturday, January 23, 2010

BTAP #58: Waking Up From The Big Sleep By Paul Newman

She was tall, wrapping her assets against the rain in a tan overcoat. The coat hung strategically snug in just the right places against shapely curves. Wet strands of obsidian hair peeked out from under a scarf. Her face was pale and expensive like a china doll, with cheekbones high and sharp enough to shave with. Rain ran off her steaming coat in rivulets, puddling on the bare floorboards. A cloud of perfume surrounded her, demanding too much attention.

Read more of Mr. Newman's Waking Up From The Big Sleep.

Next week: David Price has an "Angel of Mercy."

Coming soon: The return of Anonymous-9 with "The Master Bedroom."