New Minibook: “Never on Monday”

NEVER ON MONDAY
By Gary Clifton

Crime Noir / Crime Drama (58 pages)
Available in 4×7 paperback and ebook formats.

When Dallas homicide cops are called to Fat Sal’s Deli, they are greeted by a slaughterhouse littered with bodies, gore, and a slew of spent cartridges. The volatile mixture of deception, treachery, sex, and love has ignited into mayhem by machine gun fire…leaving behind a baffling crime scene. 

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Also by Gary Clifton…

Henry Paul Brannigan: Stories Worth Tellin’

Western Adventure (198 pages)
Available in paperback and ebook formats.

Life ain’t easy in post-Civil War Texas, but the stalwart Henry Brannigan certainly makes his mark on the Old West. He upholds the law and defends the defenseless, seeking justice with a little bit o’ grit, some good old-fashioned gumption, and a strong moral center. Come alongside and sit for a spell…there are stories to be told. Henry Paul Brannigan: Stories Worth Tellin’ by Gary Clifton is a short story collection published by Mannison Press, LLC. [Contains mature subject matter. Recommended 14+ with discretion.]


About the Author
Gary Clifton, forty years a cop, has been shot at, stabbed, sued, lied to and about, and often misunderstood. Currently retired to a dusty North Texas ranch, he has about sixty short fiction pieces published with Yellow Mama, Broadkill Review, and several others, plus upwards of sixty pieces published by Bewildering Stories magazine. He has an M.S. in psychology from Abilene Christian University. To learn more about Gary Clifton’s work, you can visit his website at http://www.bareknucklethoughts.org.


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