Author Archives: David Kantrowitz

About David Kantrowitz

I am the author of Reckless Faith, The Tarantula Nebula, and Bitter Arrow, a science fiction adventure trilogy, as well as The Fox and the Eagle, a stand-alone sci-fi adventure. This blog will feature new fiction as I create it.

Dun Ringill, Chapter Thirteen

Chapter 13   The Plaza of Robert the Bruce was the crown jewel of Aberdeen, centrally located and above the city on a plateau. Once the de facto cultural center of town, it was lined with cafes and small shops, … Continue reading

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Dun Ringill, Chapter Twelve

Chapter 12   Breakfast at the military barracks was a familiar affair to Carthage.  He, Siobhan, and Joseph had been roused before dawn, and shuffled through the line at the nearby chow hall along with the rest of Perth’s rag-tag … Continue reading

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Dun Ringill, Chapter Eleven

Chapter 11   Night had fallen over Perth, and Carthage and his team were holed up in a classic English-style pub with Mayor Blalock and Doctor Connor. Four members of the mayor’s security team sat watchfully at the next table … Continue reading

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Dun Ringill, Chapter Ten

Chapter 10   A light rain was falling on the road to Perth, and Siobhan and Carthage were keeping a watchful eye on their PDAs.  Joseph hobbled between them, five rifles strapped haphazardly to a rucksack full of other valuables … Continue reading

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Dun Ringill, Chapter 9

Chapter 9   It was just past noon when Carthage awoke.  He and Siobhan had swapped their sack time five hours earlier, and she roused him with a gentle kick to his thigh.  He pulled his poncho liner from his … Continue reading

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Dun Ringill, Chapter Eight

Chapter 8   All but one of the men broke west toward the ridgeline, firing indiscriminately. One figure knelt by a tree near the fence, and Siobhan settled the reticule of her scope on him. She aimed at his sternum, … Continue reading

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Dun Ringill, Chapter Seven

Chapter 7   The road to Perth followed the coastline, carved out of the side of a steep hill that steadily rose in elevation.  It was a cloudless night, and Skye’s larger moon was rising in the east, over the … Continue reading

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