Arch Patton, It Was 1993, Chapter 24
Oct29

Arch Patton, It Was 1993, Chapter 24

Arch tore the tape from the German’s mouth. The entire affair, since finding the top secret supposedly by surprise, had been one of risk. Risk to people. Still Cyn, Atlantis, the pilot and even the dingo had gone along, and they’d been at high risk, all of them…..

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Arch Patton, It Was 1994, Chapter 23
Oct29

Arch Patton, It Was 1994, Chapter 23

Arch Patton IT WAS 1993 Chapter 23 by James Strauss   The pilot moved all the electronic stuff that was built up against the bulkhead, and then plopped down in the German’s desk chair. That was followed by a loud crack as he dropped the small bolt cutter onto the desk top. “That’s it then,” he said, before taking a deep pull on the half empty bottle. “Barring some unforeseen misfortune, they’re out of commission until we hit port,...

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Arch Patton, It Was 1993, Chapter 22
Oct29

Arch Patton, It Was 1993, Chapter 22

 Arch Patton It Was 1993 Chapter 22 The pilot had wangled a small bolt cutter from somewhere. The advantage of the thing was how easy it was to conceal (being less than the length of a normal man’s arm), the disadvantage was in its diminished cutting capability. And the longer anyone stood on the deck at the hatch, the more likely they were to be noticed. So attempting to cut the lock on the radio shack door didn’t even bear...

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Arch Patton, It Was 1993, Chapter 21
Oct05

Arch Patton, It Was 1993, Chapter 21

Arch Patton It Was 1993 Chapter 21 They all took off on their respective errands, the most important thing being to get them out of the cabin and immediately away from the German who was, by now, likely stalking them. It wasn’t until they were three decks up that Arch stopped. There was no one using the crew stairs except he and Atlantis. He breathed in and out, thinking. “What’s the matter?” Atlantis asked, stepping closer to his...

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Arch Patton, It Was 1993, Chapter 16
Aug13

Arch Patton, It Was 1993, Chapter 16

Arch knew that in order to get their small band of damaged souls on board the SS Independence, Doug needed to do exactly what he had said he might be able to do. So Arch and the pilot needed to head over to the dock to figure things out. Cyn wisely decided it would be best…..

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