Between Halos and Horns

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Historical Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
It's present day, 2012, and a young journalist is hired by the police to interview a man in custody. The said captive is known only by the name Reid, and he doesn't seem to want to talk to anyone, even under the threat of the death penalty, except for someone who can write his biography. Over the next three days, Reid will tell the young man his whole life story, and it something special.

Table of Contents

The Midnight Arrival

Submitted: August 19, 2012

Between Halos and Horns As a journalist, I know that some stories are simply worth getting up at midnight for. This is made especiall... Read Chapter

Humble Beginnings

Submitted: August 19, 2012

I noticed immediately that this man was very thin. Reid looked like a skeleton with some skin over him; his eye sockets were extremely su... Read Chapter


Submitted: August 20, 2012

"Wait, wait sorry," I interrupted suddenly, rubbing my nose. "Somethin' you don't quite agree with?" Reid asked, his left eyebrow arc... Read Chapter

Runts of Nashville

Submitted: August 21, 2012

"Can I stop you here for a minute, Mr. Reid?" I asked, hoping for another chance to ask a few questions before he continued. To my ... Read Chapter

Injun and Black

Submitted: August 23, 2012

My jaw hung slightly open in plain shock of what Reid was telling me. He looked so sincere, so serious about what he was telling me. I ... Read Chapter


Submitted: September 05, 2012

I had already written quite a few pages worth of interview by the time Reid had finished his segment on the first day in Runtville. He wa... Read Chapter


Submitted: September 10, 2012

  I took a quick look at my cell-phone and saw that it was nearly three o'clock - time had flown by. Reid sat there, scratching ... Read Chapter