Without warning or explanation, prominent Americans are carrying out horrendous crimes. FBI Special Agent Jamaica Kurtz is assigned to profile these assassins. All the killers have one thing in common, the Friday House Orphanage. What secrets does this institution hold and will Kurtz find the truth in time to stop more attacks?
Five short stories for quick, fun listens. Each volume contains stories in various genres, so there is something for every listener.
Artificial intelligence has evolved, and Henry is on trial for the murder of an AI. Richard discovers he's only as old as he feels. Dr. Stanton and Dr. Kline's patient seems crazy, until he leaves the hospital in a beam of light. A wife is given the opportunity to go inside her husband's mind and do some rewiring. Tina's parents were killed in a house fire, but that doesn't stop them from sharing her special day.
"Grandma's Scrapbook": Grandma's bags are packed, and she is ready for a death vacation. "Destination... 3009": Jim finished building his time machine, and he's ready to see what advances the future has to offer, but he is stunned by what he doesn't find. "My Friend, Clarence": Jeremy knows intimate details about the murders of several young girls. He claims his friend, Clarence, is the perp. The only problem - Clarence is Jeremy's imaginary friend.
Stories include: "Finder's Weepers": Leonard gets caught up in his own web of lies. "Remain Calm": The insane never question their own sanity. "Punctilious": Being on time just may be a matter of life and death. "Assailant": A strange rash of burglaries occur ahead of a warm front. "Laugh Like a Baby": A story of mixed up emotions - literally!