Clemency or The Implications of Disappearing

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Mystery and Crime  |  House: Booksie Classic
The story of a man trying to get out of the only life he's ever known. He can't do it alone. He needs the help of friends. But then again, in his business, you don't have any real friends.
His goal to escape will be much harder than he thinks and ultimately it drives him to become the man he never intended to be.

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1. Joe Spomer had just gotten the call a few minutes earlier and he was already at the boss’s office. He was good like that. Fast. ... Read Chapter

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2. Henry Pagnotti walked around his restaurant, visiting the tables and greeting his customers. He loved his job. Ever since he retir... Read Chapter

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3. The fat man started up the car and pulled onto the wet and empty roads. It was nighttime and raining outside, so that explained th... Read Chapter

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4. When Henry Pagnotti opened his front door he saw Rocco Lombardo dead on his porch with a bloodied bullet hole in his throat and tw... Read Chapter

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5. The knocking continued. Joe stood still. From underneath the door he could see the shadow of the man’s feet. He knew at this poi... Read Chapter

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6. “What room is Antonio Spilotro in?” asked Joe to the hospital receptionist. She flipped through some papers and looked up to J... Read Chapter

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7. Joe woke up early in the morning, his back sore from the hospital chair. It had finally stopped raining outside and the sun was ju... Read Chapter

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8. “How can I help you, sir?” asked the young blonde receptionist to the man in front of her desk. He looked at her nametag and s... Read Chapter

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9. Joe stood in the dead end alleyway with his hands raised and his eyes closed. It was only a matter of seconds before the officer w... Read Chapter

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10. “I’m home!” yelled Tony as he and his new friend walked into his apartment. Within seconds, two little girls came running u... Read Chapter

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11. The next day came. Joe woke up early in the morning, as he usually did, and sat at the edge of his bed in the cold hotel room, wa... Read Chapter

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12. Tony pulled his car up to a payphone in downtown Newark and parked. He looked over to Joe but didn’t say a word. The sun was co... Read Chapter

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13. Forty minutes after leaving Newark, Joe and Tony found themselves parked in front of the Sumner Hotel back in Brooklyn. Tony hadn... Read Chapter

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14. Joe sat at the end of the cold hotel room’s bed, the room completely dark save for the small amount of light seeping in through... Read Chapter

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