Crime Fiction Friday: “The Hunt” by Natalie Shreifer

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  • Introduced by Crime Fiction Coordinator Scott Montgomery

Last week my Facebook had several posts linking to Shotgun Honey’s latest story by newcomer Natalie Schriefer. After I read it, I can see why. She uses point of view brilliantly to convey control plot and tone.


“The Hunt” by Natalie Schriefer


“At 1:30 AM, police arrived at MacKay’s bar. Two sirens blared, piercing the hot air, and I ran to the window, latching onto the chipped wooden frame. Two empty patrol cars had parked out front, blocking the road. The driver’s side door stood open on one car…”

Read the rest of the story.

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