Walk in Shadows
Wildside Press LLC, Oct 1, 2003 - Fiction - 260 pages
A Mafia assassin whose victims won't stay dead. A jewel thief looking for his biggest score yet in the crowded cemeteries of Prague. A teenage street gang adjusting to a terrifying new world. A man trapped in the back seat of a New York City taxi with a madman at the wheel. These and other lost souls wait for you in critically acclaimed author Nicholas Kaufmann's debut collection, featuring nine previously published and two never-before-seen tales of suspense and terror. Welcome to Quick City. Be glad you're just passing through.
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