Death on Elsewhere Street by Jaine Fenn Narrated by Del Lakin-Smith The Angels’ work for the city, legalised assassins. But when one goes rogue, is an execution justified or murder? First published in Downside Girls collection and reproduced with kind permission from Clarion Publishing. Available to buy from SpaceWitch.
‘You, girl. Stop. Wait there.’ No chance: I’m off. I’m not hanging around to get jacked or beaten on by some topside girl gang. A leap against the tug of gravity, and I’m running for the Street, heading for the safety of the crowds. Take a sharp left down the next alley. Can’t hear anyone behind me – can’t hear anything ‘cept my own breathing. My legs are starting to burn – won’t be able to run for long up here. One more turn and I’m on Chow Street. Open space, people everywhere, smells of spiced meat and burnt sugar. I was gonna eat here on my way to Elsewhere Street. Change of plan….Read More