Issue 6, January 2013

Issue 6, January 2013

$2.99

Issue Six of The Big Click kicks off with “Pure Southern” by James Robert Smith, in which a traumatized ex‐soldier guarding a warehouse takes on the mobsters who want to rob it. For our second story we have “Big Davey Joins the Majority” by Barry Graham, which begins with the line “I fired a shotgun twenty years ago. The ricochet hit me today.” and just gets better from there, if you can believe it. Finally we have “Denny” by Kit Reed, a heartbreaking tale of two parents and their son who have three very distinctive perspectives on family life, the threat of teenage violence, and what it means when kids grow up.

You can always enjoy The Big Click for free online, or you can buy it as an ebook for the reasonable price of $2.99. Supporting our magazine means we can keep publishing quality crime fiction, so if you like what you’re reading … well, you know.”

You are buy­ing the zip file of an epub v2 file. This can be read in iBooks and many other eReader programs.

Issue 6, January 2013

$2.99

Issue Six of The Big Click kicks off with “Pure Southern” by James Robert Smith, in which a traumatized ex‐soldier guarding a warehouse takes on the mobsters who want to rob it. For our second story we have “Big Davey Joins the Majority” by Barry Graham, which begins with the line “I fired a shotgun twenty years ago. The ricochet hit me today.” and just gets better from there, if you can believe it. Finally we have “Denny” by Kit Reed, a heartbreaking tale of two parents and their son who have three very distinctive perspectives on family life, the threat of teenage violence, and what it means when kids grow up.

You can always enjoy The Big Click for free online, or you can buy it as an ebook for the reasonable price of $2.99. Supporting our magazine means we can keep publishing quality crime fiction, so if you like what you’re reading … well, you know.”

You are buy­ing the zip file of an epub v2 file. This can be read in iBooks and many other eReader programs.

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