Some problems stay buried forever in that blood-red clay.
And then some problems don’t.
Plenty about Clem Haskins unnerves Robert Pinkney. Six-foot-six Clem Haskins. Hairpin turn broken-nosed Clem Haskins. One eye good and one eye crazy Clem Haskins.
But now Jenny Fontaine needs his help, and Robert Pinkney will find out just how much strength it takes to dig up the things he thought would stay buried forever in that hard, hard blood-red clay of Old Virginia.
A collection of four short stories which also includes the complete text of “The Steel Throat,” "Curb Appeal" and "Pushbutton."
By the author of The Totem of Curtained Minds, now available in Fiction River.
About the Author:
Writer and working scientist Ken Hinckley resides in the Seattle area with his wife and children. His fiction appears in professional markets including Nature, Penumbra, and Fiction River, and his research career spans some 80 scientific papers and 150 patents (and counting). He believes he may yet have a good idea or two left in him.