Lost at the Corner Bar By Robert Kostanczuk Mystery Tribune

Lost at the Corner Bar By Robert Kostanczuk

In this endurance test called life, freebies are to be treasured, especially the older you get. Mickey Quatrik appreciated the hard nugget of truth in that credo. As the real world buffeted him around in his later years, Mickey became increasingly grateful he had such a short walk to his favorite bar. Such an advantage didn’t sound like much to many, but to Mr. Quatrik, it ended up being golden. He wasn’t necessarily a big drinker. But those two or […]
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