Hackett needs help and Loebrer isn’t doing much to help him. Telling his dream over and over again isn’t doing any good. Something has to change.
This is one of those short stories where one thinks it is going to go one way and instead it goes in a far different direction. Once that is accomplished author Lawrence Block ups the ante by throwing in a couple of more twists. Cleveland in My Dreams is a fast and ultimately very funny read.
This short story e-book also includes Chapter One of the new book The Burglar Who Counted Spoons.
Cleveland In My Dreams
A Lawrence Block Production
Material was picked up during the author’s recent free read promotion for my use in an objective review.
Kevin R. Tipple ©2013
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