Bracken MacLeod interviewed

The Alchemy Press

Tires screeching, the armoured truck thundered up the city street, ignoring traffic lights, barrelling around corners with just enough deceleration to keep from toppling over. Ray could hear the police sirens wailing outside. He couldn’t see the cars escorting him, though. Not through the windowless steel walls of his mobile prison. The bench he sat on was unforgiving and cold and the chain between his collar and the floor was too short. Every bump in the road rattled his spine and, if he didn’t hunch down to give the tether a little slack, painfully jerked his head forward. He’d asked his guards if the increased precautions were really necessary. They replied by attaching them with extra vigour. Despite moving on without him since his incarceration, it appeared the world was still plenty frightened of what he represented.

Bracken MacLeod was in the first volume of Pulp Heroes with “Ivy’s Secret…

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~ by poǝןɔɐɯ uǝʞɔɐɹq on 24/12/2014.

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