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Brian Morgan's relationship with his weed dealer has moved on to the next level.
Stony Tony is a kung fu enthusiast with ambitions to become a master in his own style. But first he needs to establish a loyal following of students.
Brian could use some time away from Rachel O'Hare to figure out whether he loves her or is afraid to leave her, although it's hard to focus on anything after a few tokes of Tony's Blueberry Cheesecake.
Rachel is as indecisive about their relationship as Brian, but she knows that no good can come of a strange little pot-head getting involved in their lives.
Meanwhile, a goon with a bad ear a big grudge also has eyes for Brian...
I'm a Northern Irish writer. When I'm not tinkering with a novel, screenplay, stage play or short story, I post some stuff on this here blog. Contact me on brennanfiction(at)gmail.com (and if you're not a spambot you'll know you gotta switch the (at) for the correct symbol).
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Gerard Brennan's short stories have appeared in numerous anthologies, including The Mammoth Book of Best British Crime. He co-edited Requiems for the Departed, a collection of crime fiction based on Irish myths. His novella, The Point, was published by Pulp Press in October 2011 and won the 2012 Spinetingler Award. His debut novel, WEE ROCKETS, was published by Blasted Heath in 2012. He is currently working on a creative writing PhD at Queen's University Belfast