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The Conwright Trilogy

Francis "Flash" Conwright is an extraordinary hitman with a bizarre and highly disturbing trait—he fantasizes about various inventive, unconventional killing methods, all in his imagination. Think of a perverted version of James Thurber's "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty." Conwright has seen and done it all when it comes to hired killers. 

 

Here are three crime stories by Weldon Burge.

 

Welcome to the Food Chain—Conwright meets with an obese, wealthy man on his yacht in the Chesapeake Bay. He wants Conwright to off his trampy, gold-digging wife, but doesn't want to pay for it. Steamed crabs are involved.

 

Right-Hand Man—Conwright finds himself in a nasty, deadly predicament involving the mob, a set-up, and revenge. It's rough when you're in the nude with a gun in your face.

 

Vindictive—Conwright faces a ghost that is out to wreck his career. Can you kill someone twice?