Short Story


The Author

Criminal Lawyer Jason Doe Solves: The Case of the Missing Gambler (1)

Characters in the Story:
Jason Doe—the criminal lawyer who believe that his client is innocent
Anthony Dawson—the spoiled son, whose life is in the balance
Sam Dawson—the real estate owner and politician whose murder rocked Congo Town
Col. Prince Massaquoi—the officer who wants Cllr. Doe’s head
Lt. Wilfred Bono—the prosecutor who does not like Cllr. Doe and is determined to get results
Sam Monday—the ex-convict who thinks he can send his friend to jail

Beyond Insanity (7)

ST. KOLLIE TOWN (SKT) was the gateway to the central Liberian town of Gbarnga, the headquarters of the rebel movement. Here, barely four hours since their vehicle left the outskirts of Mount Barclay, deep inside rebel territory, James Zonn and his companion, along with other Liberians, were stopped. It was around two in the afternoon, and there seemed to be a flurry of activities going on here.

Beyond Insanity (6)

Chapter 14
WHOEVER SAID ‘seeing is believing’ had it right, James Zonn considered since his present predicament was in the hands of his own countrymen. It was a situation that the young Gio found distasteful but acceptable. Who would have thought that while a Krahn Good Samaritan overlooked the misdirected vengeance against his so-called enemies and sacrificed to set him free, fellow tribesmen would do just the opposite. Now thrown in a windowless shack wedged on the grasslands of Mount Barclay, he saw his chances dwindling, and his sense of hope growing dimmer.

Chicken Fuss

At that moment the wife looked up at him again. He smiled at her as before. She did not return the smile but sat in shocked silence, as if he had just told her to go and dig her own grave because she was about to be shot. Gbassy remembered that during the quarrel she had been the most vociferous; that if she had not been there the husband probably would have paid for the chicken and the row would have ended altogether. But she had cussed him, hurled a bucketful of water in his face, grabbed him by the collar and slapped him.

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