The Return of Boy Justice: A Short Story (eBook)
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The Return of Boy Justice: A Short Story (eBook)

  • Author: Peter Atkins
  • Page Count: 22
  • Pub. Date: March 1, 2016
  • Status: E-Book
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The Return of Boy Justice: A Short Story
by Peter Atkins

About the eBook:
"Help me. Please, Boy Justice. They're going to kill me."

Everyone seems to have forgotten Boy Justice, sidekick to TV's masked vigilante, The Blue Valentine. The actor who played Boy Justice is now 78 years old, and an autograph request from a young fan comes as quite a surprise.

Even more surprising is the boy's frantic arrival at Alderton's apartment, begging for help.

"Boy Justice. I told them you'd protect me."

Boy Justice isn't real. But it's time for him to make a comeback.

Praise for Peter Atkins:
"Peter Atkins is one of the smartest, sharpest writers around."
— Neil Gaiman

"Peter Atkins is a truly exceptional short story writer."
— Michael Marshall Smith

Peter Atkins is the author of the novels Morningstar, Big Thunder, and Moontown and the screenplays Hellraiser II, Hellraiser III, Hellraiser IV, and Wishmaster. His short fiction has appeared in such anthologies as The Museum of Horrors, Dark Delicacies II, Hellbound Hearts, Gutshot, and The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes, and has been selected eight times for one or more of the various "Year's Best" anthologies. His most recent book, Rumours of the Marvellous, a collection of his short fiction, was a finalist for the British Fantasy Award. He is the co-founder with Glen Hirshberg of The Rolling Darkness Revue, an annual folly they commit at whatever theatre will let them. He blogs at: peteratkins.blogspot.com

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