Blissfire: A Story Collection by Dan Leicht is a collection of ten short stories all focusing on the journey to true bliss and happiness as reflected by the views of each story’s fictional character. Written in a poetic tone, this collection offers a read from the heart. Find yourself being thrown into the lives of very different people, the circumstances that push them down in life and how they try to overcome them. Bliss is within grasp of us all, but sometimes you just have to tell yourself “Find your bliss, even if you have to pass through the fire”. – D.e.e.L
The Charles Splints – Black Coffee Series
Charles Splints is back and his latest case has his client getting their moneys worth. He was hired to clear the name of a man who was framed for murder, but the small time dealer that made the hit was working for the Grid. Charles is going to have to climb his way to the top in order to make sure that his client gets out of this alive. But what about Charles? Can he really put a stop to this new threat known as the Grid? (Short Stories)
This is a series consisting of five stories, each of which is available on Amazon for .99 cents a story.
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This short story follows one of the cases placed into the capable hands of ex-cop Charles Splints. Though his past has been tarnished there are still those that know him to be the best, and this case shows just how much he has managed to keep his stride in tact.
When a beautiful woman walks into Charles’ office he knows it’s never to say hello. A new case is placed in front of him and with the payment already in his pocket he can’t back out of it. The man that controls the city must be stopped and Splints will need to refill his bottle a couple of times to get there. This short story takes another walk with the hard boiled detective from the short story “Losing Focus on Reality” that is included in my short story collection “Blissfire”. (Short Story)
Find Devil – A Charles “The Solver” Splints Case
Splints is sucked into yet another case and this time it may be a bit more than he can handle. He needs to come up with a plan and he needs to come up with it FAST!
The day started just as the others. Girl walks in. Case get’s laid down and there’s the money right beside it. She wants something done and Splints questions her motives, so she proves it to him that her task needs to be done. Good luck, Splints. You’ll need it. (Short Story)
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“Losing Focus on Reality” is the first story to feature detective Charles Splints. This story first appeared in the 2012 story collection “Blissfire”. Since his first appearance Charles Splints has appeared in many stories and will continue to appear in many more.
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Charles Splints is put on another case in the city of Brooksend. This time however we see the hardened detective from the point of view of his enemies. How do those Splints sets out to take down view the “hero” of their city? Do they see him as merely a man or a monster?
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A note is left at the door of detective Charles Splints by quick footsteps containing an address. Splints follows it to learn there’s more than just crime bosses and thieves in Brooksend, but the supernatural as well.
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After the events on East Ave hardboiled detective Charles Splints finds himself in another supernatural case. The people of Brooksend aren’t acting like themselves, and when Splints makes a visit to the house of an elderly woman he winds up being flung against the wall by a massive brute. Has Splints inadvertently awaked something in his city? Has he discovered something we were never meant to know?
The great detective of Brooksend takes on a case unlike any other he’s experienced in the past.
A story that places you at the window, looking in and watching a mind unfold. So much goes on within the writer’s mind, characters, settings, judgement from those outside of the imagined world. Walk into the mysterious royal blue light that will have you wondering…”What’s the writer thinking of now?” (Short Stories)