A dark story

by Pete Talbot

Writer Bill Vaughn has a dick noir story over at Dark Acres that I’m enjoying immensely. It stars a seedy private detective (a la James Crumley) and features lots of Missoula landmarks. I love the art, too — pulp-like watercolors of the Turf and Flame and Flamingo Lounge by an artist named Ray Ottulich. Maybe one of Missoula’s many galleries will host an exhibition of Ottulich some day.

Anyway, parts one through four are online and Vaughn promises, “ … more tomorrow, or maybe the next day.”

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