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Without further ado, we continue this week with A Flip of a Coin. Chris accuses the gang boss Flann of being corrupt and taking bribes. Note: this is edited to fit the rules.
“I’m assuming they had a price?” Chris asked.
“Aye, but one I’m not willing to pay.”
“Well, you’ve always been a tight-fisted old bastard,” grinning to himself. “What are they fixing to do anyway?”
“You ask too many questions, lad.”
“Guess it’s too much to ask for a name?”
“Why? You want to take another job from under me?” he spat.
“Depends on the price.”
“You don’t want to get mixed up with that lot. Mark my words, nothing good comes from them up on Primrose Avenue.
Well, that’s it for now, I must return to my editing. Fun fact, while editing my manuscript this week, I discovered I really like to use the word ‘that’. I mean, 981 times. Wish me luck as I travel down the rabbit hole of removing the little pest.