The Day The Music Died

For Dan O'Shea's Let Us Prey: Flash Fiction Challenge, Christopher Grant, the editor of A Twist of Noir, wrote a story called Reverberations.

It's an outstanding story that makes you wish that Christopher Grant wrote more often. In the piece, he introduced the character of an unnamed hitman who is deaf.

We wanted more.

To spur Christopher Grant on, Jimmy Callaway wrote Closed Captioned featuring Grant's hitman.

This was followed by J.F. Juzwik's tale, Blind Date.

And here, with a far too kind introduction from Christopher Grant, is my tale, The Day The Music Died.

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