Bad things happen in "The Alley," a tale told by a narrator who should know--he did some of them. Or did he? Only the victims can answer that question, and they're not talking.
Man's best friend offers the ultimate proof of his loyalty in "Bad Dog." The cute little canine doesn't care whether his master is a good man or an evil one, he simply obeys.
Benon Otema is not a criminal, he's just ambitious. A stalwart leader of his village, a successful merchant, a father and good provider, Benon should know better than to listen to tales told by a drunkard. But he does, and the story takes him to the "Blind Curve."
In addition to fifteen short stories such as these, the book includes excerpts from two novels. "Heart of Diamonds, a novel of scandal, love, and death in the Congo," is a thriller about diamond smuggling in the war-torn heart of Africa. "Hunting elf, a doggone Christmas story," is a comedic romp that's delightful reading any time of the year.