Time-travelling thief Alexander Musick escapes to the past to change his fate.
In support of Nevertheless, an anthology featuring my sci fi short story ‘Hill,’ i gave an interview on “making it” as a writer. i didn’t realize i had “made it,” and responded accordingly.
Nathaniel Arnold and Jacob Jeffries, two well-known business partners, go up in a hot air balloon as a publicity stunt for their textile company. Unfortunately something goes wrong and the hot air balloon veers off course and begins to plummet into the river. Many witnesses watch the horrifying display. When the wreckage is eventually dragged ashore no traces of either body are found. The initial conclusion was that both men drowned and that the river would be dragged in order to recover the bodies, that is until Mr. Arnold’s body turned up the next day in an alley on the other side of town stabbed to death.
A master escape artist named Frederick the Fantastic died while performing his new Water Tank Escape. Accident or murder?
The Toronto beer scene has one less brew to worry about. Was this a horrific case of human error or industrial espionage? Time to get to the bottom of this frothy mess.
Two people falling – by their own power or by someone else’s – out of a hotel within minutes of each other. There’s more to this case than first thought!
A time-travelling thief is faced with the Baby Hitler Dilemma.
A time-traveling cat burglar breaks into the wrong house in disco-era Soviet Uzbekistan.
A boy follows clues to a mysterious artifact, which sends him on an unfinished time travel adventure.
A time-traveling thief attempts a major score at the Great Exhibition in 1851.