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Walter Grant

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Walter Grant

Hunting for Sport

“Alfa Romeo is a particular way of living, of experiencing an automobile. The real essence of Alfa defies description. It can be compared to those …

Walter Grant

Raintree

“Love is where you find it . . .” —Kurt Vonnegut From my visually secure location amongst rocks of a moraine overlooking what had once …

Walter Grant

Dog Gone

A few years back my friend of more than sixty years came to visit me for the first time since I’d moved to Alaska. Not …

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Walter Grant

Ladies of the Portico

“All our yesterdays may have come and gone, but memories live forever and become sweeter as time slips away.” —DB Cooper  Had God lent me …

Walter Grant

Relearning the Game

A sunset-farming town with a population of twelve hundred didn’t offer many options for youngsters looking for something to do after the movie emptied out …

Walter Grant

Spring Break

 “I’ll love you while your living, and cry for you when you’re dying.” —DB Cooper I watched three girls, wearing bikinis and sheer-unbuttoned coverups, flirting with …

Walter Grant

Do You Think I’m Crazy

Prologue Between struggling with writing and surviving daily challenges, referenced by some as life, there are times when I’m lost between fantasy and reality. Perhaps …

Walter Grant

My Friend

“Is it our destiny to seed the stars, or was life sown throughout The Milky Way by space travelers, eons ago?” —DB Cooper I was …

Walter Grant

The Halloween Party

“When black cats prowl and hiss, while ghosts and goblins play hide and seek, and jack-o-lanterns smile. Light the fires, set cauldrons bubbling, and let …

Walter Grant

Christmas

“Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.” —DB Cooper “How may I help you, Sir?” “I want to close my account.” “Do you have …

Walter Grant

Drunk

“The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men Gang aft a-gley.” —Robert Burns I awoke with no idea of when I’d passed out or how long …

Having been involved with secret organizations on either side of the law, Mr. Grant is experienced in a wide array of clandestine operations. Some he can’t talk about. Some he dares not mention. He knows more about DEA gray-room operations than he should; ditto for the highly competitive world of industrial espionage. Bribes and favors are solicited and paid in all segments of society; from Main Street to Wall Street, from the ballot box to the highest levels of government. Don’t ask him how he knows–he won’t tell you.

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