Just Another Job

Just Another Job Not everyone who gets shot is supposed to be shot And those who are shot don t always die right away It s not Quinn s job to kill people but it is his job to clean them up Sometimes though they re

  • Title: Just Another Job
  • Author: Brett Battles
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Just Another Job

    Not everyone who gets shot is supposed to be shot.And those who are shot don t always die right away.It s not Quinn s job to kill people, but it is his job to clean them up.Sometimes, though, they re not quite ready to go.A night in the life of someone who works it the shadows, JUST ANOTHER JOB is a three thousand word, short story that features a young Jonathan Quinn, proNot everyone who gets shot is supposed to be shot.And those who are shot don t always die right away.It s not Quinn s job to kill people, but it is his job to clean them up.Sometimes, though, they re not quite ready to go.A night in the life of someone who works it the shadows, JUST ANOTHER JOB is a three thousand word, short story that features a young Jonathan Quinn, protagonist of the award winning Jonathan Quinn Thriller series.

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      Published :2019-05-07T07:20:46+00:00

    One thought on “Just Another Job

    1. Giovanni Gelati

      I really enjoyed this digital short story. I love Quinn and anytime I can get a piece of him makes me happy.The content is excellent, the story is fun and engaging, and i hope there are many more to come.

    2. Kim Ramsey coate

      Too shortJust as it was getting good it ended. *Sigh* i probably won't recommend it. It doesn't really develop the characters any more than the full stories

    3. Joan

      Battles is a skilled writer. This short story is very short and left me wishing it were the first chapter of a full novel.

    4. Sandi Keenan

      Great short story. Another glimpse into the character of Quinn and the juxtaposition of the relationship with his mentor. Makes one, who has never read about Quinn and his many travails (not only physically but spiritually and emotionally), want to know more.

    5. Ty Hutchinson

      Interesting premise, makes me want to read The Cleaner, where the character Quinn is apparently from. Quick read.

    6. M.L. Roos

      Very well written, what do you do when life throws you a curve? A Jonathan Quinn short story that describes a little more of his character and makes you want to read more about him.

    7. Jp

      The weakest of his work that I've read to date but still illuminates the Quinn character's rules that he needs to do his job.

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