Thursday, February 16, 2012


Art: Dave Stokes
Writer, Vito Delsante's new noir pulp story, Tonight Down By The River debuts at

In Tonight, Down By The River, a rendevouz leads to murder.

Art: Dave Stokes
She wasn’t afraid.

It wasn’t their first date and while she was as nervous as she always was when they met, she wasn’t scared.

She just didn’t want to get caught.

She arrived at their favorite meeting place early, a small bar called Hemingway’s on Forbes Avenue, and she slid into their favorite booth. She didn’t dress conservatively on purpose, choosing a low-cut blouse over the business attire she was more comfortable wearing. The blouse clung to her curves, accentuating her tiny hips and her enhanced bust. The skirt was tight and gave the semblance of a shape where one didn’t exist naturally.


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