An Inner City Short Story by Val Cameron
Warning: This story contains sexually explicit scenes and violence that may be disturbing to some readers
Rachel sits in the hard chair nearest the door, long legs stretched out. As she listens, one hand toys with brown hair spilled over her shoulder. Violence in the air tonight. Four cold walls, vinyl floor covered with a circular braided rug. Two sofas. Two chairs. Six women.
“Hazel,” she says.
The brunette named Hazel digs red nails into her palms. Head down, eyes closed. Short hair, dark frown for last week, her thirtieth birthday in the psych ward at St. Paul’s. Her head jerks and she glares at Alice on her right.
“You ever want to kill a man?”
Rachel has a gun...
RACHEL HAS A GUN was the inspiration for Val Cameron's thriller novel RACHEL'S GUN.
About the Author
Val Cameron's heroes and heroines fight evil - and sometimes they cross the line. Val knows the people she writes about and she understands their lives, whether they live in the wilderness or on inner city streets.
Warning: Val's stories and novels contain violence and sexually explicit scenes which may be disturbing to some readers.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews