Downashore by Albert Tucher

Downashore by Albert Tucher

Call it “Portrait of a hooker on her wedding day.” Diana seldom spent much time at the bathroom mirror. Her strong cheekbones, the slightly Asian cast of her eyes, and her dark blonde hair were the tools of her trade. A quick professional check usually satisfied her....
Downashore by Albert Tucher

The Rule of Three by Albert Tucher

Agnes Rodrigues turned her back on the tenth hole. It deserved the snub, and she didn’t care if if her putt kept rolling all the way to Kona. “Nice shot,” said Coutinho. Where had he come from? “Rule of three,” said Agnes. “The triple bogey is one. You’re two. What’s...
The Caffeine Cure by Albert Tucher

The Caffeine Cure by Albert Tucher

“My brain cells aren’t working,” Tillotson said. Diana stepped back and held her front door open. She let him handle the screen. “I know what they need,” she said. She led the way past the living room to the kitchen of her rented Cape Cod. By now she didn’t have to...