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The Undisputed Champions of Texas, Part 41

As a runner, Detective Ng had always been drawn to the river walk.  She loved to look out at the river when she ran, and she always took a break to sit on one of the benches and stare across … Continue reading

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The Undisputed Champions of Texas, Part 40

Wally noticed that the sky threatened snow as the glass elevator carried him closer to the clouds and the top floors of the tallest building in the city. On his first visit to the offices of Miles Fitzpatrick, the rookie … Continue reading

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The Undisputed Champions of Texas, Part 39

Agent Vlak enjoyed the spotlight.  He wasn’t quite at the point where he craved it, but he certainly considered it one of the best perks of his job. So far on this case, he had dropped back and been a … Continue reading

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The Undisputed Champions of Texas, Part 38

Tex wished he had brought his guitar.  It was something of a security blanket because he always felt confident and in control when he played it. Plus, having it would have given him something to do.  It was midnight and … Continue reading

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The Undisputed Champions of Texas, Part 37

The bartender at The Scorpion Pit was known as Zorro, and it was his job to decide who got served and who was kicked, sometimes quite literally, to the curb.  That didn’t prevent his fellow Heathens, however, from getting involved … Continue reading

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The Undisputed Champions of Texas, Part 36

Maggie was curled up on her couch in an oversized Yankees sweatshirt that had seen better days.  The color was faded, several of the letters had peeled away, and the famous logo was missing part of the “Y”. The item … Continue reading

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The Undisputed Champions of Texas, Part 35

The Scorpion Pit was a seedy bar located in the worst part of the city.  Ironically, most residents considered it to be the worst part of the city due mostly to the presence of the Scorpion Pit. It looked condemned … Continue reading

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The Undisputed Champions of Texas, Part 34

Aspen snuggled up against Tex on the couch in the apartment turned safe house.   They looked like a young couple in love, rather than one sharing a cramped living space with someone old enough to be their grandfather while an … Continue reading

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The Undisputed Champions of Texas, Part 33

Tex sat on the couch and strummed a tune on his guitar while Aspen anxiously paced the length of the apartment.  His eyes never left her because he was that drawn to her, even when she was doing nothing more … Continue reading

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The Undisputed Champions of Texas, Part 31

The infamous warehouse where all the trouble had begun was quiet.  This time, however, there was a boxing ring set up in the center. David “Davy Boy” Berkowitz once again found himself back in the ring.  He was nineteen, lean, … Continue reading

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