Offered By Sharon Bailey
My name is Sharon, and I began writing my own poetry and short stories in 2007. I work with professional writer Eadie Allen on her many and exciting writing projects. The latest book finished is titled Intimate Secrets. I'm trying to finish one book Porcupine Blues, which is a collection of short st...
See You In Hell
Marty Fine kills with a gun, kills with words, everyone who stops him from getting what he wants. He rises up the scale to the top, until he is stopped. Gangster’s proverb, there is always someone rougher and tougher than the one trying to make the climb.
Marty lives his life as if he’s in the middle of a whirlwind. The people who surround him help to tell his story. A true gangster who lives every day as if it’s his last. Bullets, explosions, blood everywhere, a violent man in a violent world.
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Marty Fine, he could have been a doctor, a lawyer, a businessman, he chose to become a gangster. People make money, they don’t steal it, his mother cried, he didn’t hear her. He wanted women, cars, his pockets bulging with money that didn’t belong to him. He was afraid that he would be killed by a machine-gun in the army, an enemy would pull the trigger, the street had more danger. The last voice he heard was his mother’s, he died in her arms, another life taken before it began, Marty Fine.