Never the Victor by Mike Entile
6:15 PM | Author: Paul Mullin
Never the Victor by Mike Entile

The manacled racoon lowered her head and inched her way to the culvert opening to accept the kill shot. No barking or hissing; the pain overwhelming any desire to fight. The trapper administered the coup de grace and hoped the rest of his traps would be empty.

Mike Entile has been writing historical fiction since his short story based on Custer's Last Stand won an award at his junior high's science and art fair over forty years ago. Unfortunately, the last thing he's ever won.
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