Joseph Pinto shares an excerpt from his story MEMORIAL
What better way to kick off summer than with a horror tale about a torturous and heartbreaking love?
Of course, I’m talking about MEMORIAL, my short story released specifically for Kindle platforms.
Intrigued? Well please allow me to entice you a bit more with an excerpt fromMEMORIAL:
“I believe it’s pointless to ask, Anthony. Those days have long past. Plainly you can see this.” With mournful eyes, the man sipped his bourbon, while into his chest, as if some wounded animal, burrowed a mercilessly bandaged hand.
Anthony’s hand lingered across the tacky remnants of liquor upon the table; within balled fist, a cold wad of bills. He glared upon the sullen man seated before him. “See? Yes, I can.” Fist inched forward, awkward in its urgency. “And as you can plainly see, a job well done will be rewarded.”
“What I do…what I did…never constituted a…
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