The Deal Is Off, by Bobby Warner

(F.F.F. Website Story)

“Listen,” I said, looking hard at Wilson across the table. “We had a deal, and you’re not backing out.”

Wilson tipped back his chair, lit a cigarette. “That deal is off. I got a better one lined up, and you aren’t part of it.”

I had figured him for something like this; I kicked myself a dozen times for getting mixed up with Wilson.

His hand dropped to his jacket and he pulled a gun and pointed it at me, grinning.

I shot him under the table. I had been right to suspect he would pull a double cross.

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