Monthly Archives: January 2016

Operation Caesar’s Folly (Part XII)

Bombardier O’Reilly whistled while he unscrewed the metal box on the tall post. This high in the Alps, wireless transmissions were practically impossible, and the weather was too unpredictable and severe to use Verig Radiostars. Even the self-piloting ones would … Continue reading

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Late

Miranda left Anthony’s house in the dead of the night, while he slept. It was Anthony’s house. Not her’s. She was his wife, but Anthony had lived in that house before their marriage. His father and mother had lived there. … Continue reading

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Operation Caesar’s Folly (Part XI)

Issac was sweating as he climbed out of the flyer. He needed to appear confident and bored if this was to work, but no matter how hard he tried, he couldn’t stop the sweat from beading up on his forehead. … Continue reading

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0sl0: Employment

The trap was simple, as all the best traps are in the end. Too much complexity just means more things to go wrong, more people involved who could talk, and more weak points for the enemy to attack. Simplicity was … Continue reading

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