Twisted Fates By Tony Bulmer—Double Deuce.
Here’s a story for all you Valentines. Holidays are never as relaxing as the brochures make out are they? In This twisted tale a Texas lawman and his wife find trouble in the City of Angels. Know what a double deuce is? You will do soon. As with other recent stories released here this tale will appear in my new short story collection, Twisted Fates: Twelve Tales of Murder and Redemption. Look out for it, it is coming real soon. Double Deuce Hank Cleburne and his wife Irene we
Tony Bulmer The Fine Art of Murder
In my last post I mentioned how I had adapted a short story idea into the opening of my novel The Fine Art of Murder. Here are the first chapters of that book. You will notice that in this version, the maid uses her employer’s death as an opportunity to steal a rather valuable painting. Switching between the past and present The Fine Art of Murder traces the murderous provenance of the painting throughout five hundred years of history. The outcome you will be assured to lear
Twisted Fates by Tony Bulmer—The Snake
Hello friends. Readers of my book The Fine Art of Murder will no doubt recognise the next story that I am going to share with you. I wrote it sometime before The Fine Art of Murder and adapted it in the way that Raymond Chandler was famous for. This is not something I would normally do, as I can remember feeling swindled by Chandler on a number of occasions. Other points of interest—rattlesnakes usually stay well away from humans, unless you are in their territory. I live in