Guest Writer Spot.....Edward A. Grainger


The first guest writer in this new series on The Flash Fiction Offensive is Edward A. Grainger.  I was honoured that he accepted my invitation and the following story was written especially for the magazine.

Most of you will know Edward A. Grainger as David Cranmer.  He has a blog called The Education Of A Pulp Writer and he's also the editor of the fantastic Beat To A Pulp.  I've known David for around eighteen months and he certainly is one of the good guys!

The following story features Mr Grainger's character, Cash Laramie.  So, without further ado...

The Outlaw Marshal by Edward A. Grainger.

Mason Doig slapped four aces on the table, chuckling as his opponents' eyes rolled white. All three men folded their cards and threw them down. He wiped the winnings toward him with the crook of his arm and then stacked the coins in several neat piles.

“I’ll be…I’ll be…you’re one lucky bastard, Doig,” Teeth said grinning ear to ear. Doig made Teeth’s acquaintance earlier that day and took an instant shining to the simple, chatty hombre.

“Too lucky,” the chap seated across from Doig mumbled as his money found a new home. Doig’s eye slanted cold and hard at the tall, square-jawed gambler wearing a Stetson pulled low, his vibrant blue eyes barely visible from under the brim, and a cheek full of tobacco.

“You got something to say?” Doig snapped, rolling the ends of his Dragoon mustache between his calloused fingertips. What the hell is your name anyway, stranger?”

“Stranger will do fine.” The answer was bitter with hostility.

“Whoa … hold on, boys,” the fourth player, Sparks, interjected. “This is a sociable game. No need to turn ugly.” The barrel-chested man wiped his brow with the back of his sleeve. “I’ve been watching Mr. Doig and, as a professional, can vouch he’s dealing legit.”

Stranger huffed and Teeth hastily added, “What were we jawin’ ‘bout anyway, Sparks?”

“Cash Laramie.”

“Yeah, yeah, that’s right,” Teeth said. “The outlaw marshal. You feel he’s after you, Doig?”

Doig’s hardened stare twitched from Stranger to his newly found bootlicker. “Ain’t no feel about it, I know.”

“He threaten you or something?” Sparks asked.

“Never even met the badge toter but word reached me in the hoosegow that he claimed Territorial Prison was too good for me and the beatings I took on a regular basis in that god-forsaken shit-hole was paid for by him.”

“What'd you do to end up in Territorial?” Sparks asked.

“Ain’t done nothing.” Doig shuffled the cards as he spoke. “I was wrongly accused of lynching a nigger. Imagine we live in a day and age when even if that was true I could be sent up.”

“Why would this marshal make it his business?” Teeth said.

“Turns out he’s a half-breed Injun and slave lover to boot. Shit, I hear he wears an arrowhead ‘round his collar and partners with a black marshal.” Doig's eyes were drawn to the leather thong on Stranger’s neck and whatever dangled from the end was concealed under his shirt. A chill washed over Doig.

“I’ve heard of this Cash Laramie,” Sparks said. “Heard he gunned down a father and son in Macyville a few summers back—”

“—because someone shot an Injun friend of his,” Teeth interrupted, pounding the table with his fist. “I heard that. Hey, didn’t he clean up that Masked Devil business in Pleasance? And something with that locomotive.”

“The Sundown Express.” Sparks snapped his fingers. “Yep, he killed a bunch of banditos holding a train-full of hostages. Saved Lillie Langtry’s life and got a medal from the President.”

“Are we here to play cards or join the Cash Laramie Fucking Admiration Society?” Doig sneered.

“Play cards,” Stranger said.

Doig raised a brow at Stranger and shifted uneasily in his chair. He dealt another series of pasteboards, his gaze fixed on the man across from him.

He'd come to Dodge because the city's marshal was known to keep a lid on violence and it seemed safer to hide in plain sight rather than having a loco lawman gunning for him in the hills. If his growing suspicions turned out to be true—that this stranger was the avenging lawman—surely the man would think twice before putting a bullet through him around here.

But maybe he was just imagining Cash Laramie was after him. Though he couldn't shake the sensation that he had a constant shadow mirroring his every move since he was released from Territorial.

The batwing doors flew open, squeaking loudly on a rusty hinge, and the ex-con jumped.

“Easy now, Doig, easy,” Teeth said, slapping a reassuring hand on Doig's shoulder. “Just a cowpuncher.”

Doig followed the newcomer who crossed the wooden floor where he joined the Long Branch Saloon’s curvaceous, red-headed owner. Dammit, he was dead beat and could use some sleep. One more round. He dealt lazily from the bottom of the deck and knew right away he’d fucked up.

Stranger’s eyes widened. “You God-damned cheat!” He kicked his chair back, standing.

Sparks tipped sideways out of his seat and scrambled across the floorboards looking for cover.

Teeth stood straddle-legged, facing Stranger. Both men bolted for their pistols. The Stranger’s Remington spoke first, pushing lead into Doig’s shoulder and shoving him back against the wall, his outstretched hand punching a gas lamp into darkness. Stranger’s iron flashed sideways to Teeth but the wide grinning player dropped low and to the right, pumping out two slugs from his Colt that burrowed into Stranger’s upper chest. The man clutched his torso with his left hand and stumbled backward onto another card table, expelling his last breath as he scattered cards, glasses, and money.

A towering barkeep pulled a Winchester from behind the counter and trained it on the two-bit players. Doig looked in shock at the slumped figure of the stranger, and then winced. “I’ve been shot.”

The barkeep yelled at Teeth to lower his weapon and commanded a bystander to step back out of the line of fire. In an instant, Teeth darted for the saloon's entrance and out onto Front Street. The barkeep trained a bead on him but with so many innocent onlookers in the line of fire, the man didn’t dare fire and cursed as the fleeing figure escaped.

#

The celebrated town marshal showed up with his deputy limping in behind him. They stoically rounded up the two remaining gamblers and hauled them away.

Doig sat in a hard wooden chair with his left wrist handcuffed to the desk and his right hand clutching a bottle of whiskey from which he occasionally downed a swig while the sawbones dug lead out of his shoulder. He heard the marshal in the other room asking several witnesses about the incident, and for the first time, he felt the law was on his side as the saloon patrons verified he had been drawn on. In the midst of all the questions, a ranch hand had tipped off the marshal that the stranger was actually a wanted hard case named Boze Allen. Doig felt a bit foolish that he had suspected the man was Cash Laramie, and he wished he had his friend, Teeth, to tell but the guy who saved his life was nowhere to be found according to the talk. Maybe Teeth ran because he was a wanted man, and Doig knew that feeling all too well.

The doc finished bandaging Doig's shoulder and called the marshal in.

"Okay, Doig, you’re free to go but I don't want to see your face in Dodge again. You hear?" The marshal unlocked the cuffs and gave Doig his few possessions, but not the winnings from the poker game.

Doig wandered down the street and rounded up his horse that he had left tied outside the Long Branch.

#

Doig sat in front of the crackling fire he had built not too far from a narrow stream, a perfect spot to camp for the night. He adjusted his arm in the sling as he stirred the logs with his good one. The sharp snap of a twig made him spin about drawing his iron. A familiar face emerged from the shadows.

“Dammit, Teeth. I almost shot you.” He reholstered his weapon. “Why'd you run?”

“Didn’t want to run into Matt. 'Fraid I’d have a lot of explaining to do. It was fool enough just entering Dodge.”

“I guess I never did know you’re wanted.”

Teeth stepped closer to the campfire light. He looked different, not hunched over. And not just the height but he now wore a Mackinaw jacket and a black Stetson. He had a Colt strapped to his side with his hand readied over the butt. An unlit cheroot hung from the corner of his mouth. No big smile, just cold steel blue eyes.

“Wait a damn minute. You called the Dodge marshal, Matt!”

“US Marshals are usually on a first name basis.” Teeth slid the rawhide thong off the hammer of his gun.

Doig lunged for his six-shooter but the first shot from Teeth’s iron ripped into his injured shoulder. Second and third slugs tunneled into both kneecaps rendering them mush. Doig dropped his pistol screaming out and flopping on the ground.

“I wasn’t expecting to take care of Boze Allen in the same week. Lucky for me, huh?” Teeth pinned another bullet to Doig’s left shoulder. The ex-con screams turned to low, stammering moans of anguish.

“Finish me you fucking bastard,” Doig yelled.

A broad smirk stretched across Marshal Cash Laramie’s face and in that moment the grinning card player was visible again. “Is that any way to talk to your good friend, Teeth?” A lazy white stream drifted away from the barrel of Cash’s Colt. The outlaw marshal strolled around Doig whose blood flowed toward the fire like a tributary clawing for a river.

“Let me tell you about the young man you murdered, Doig. His name was Keith. He was a good kid who could tell the funniest damn jokes. His mother used to invite my partner, Miles, and me over for supper and Keith would have us rolling. His daddy was a Buffalo Soldier who died during the war and, well, his mother just doted on him. Now she’s heartbroken. She’s a good Christian woman who wouldn’t understand this.” Cash squeezed off a round to the wounded man’s pelvis. Doig lurched up in a guttural screech, then collapsed in a fetal position, jerking like a fish caught on a hook.

“But maybe I can tell her news is you died and that will bring some sort of comfort.”

Cash lit his cigar and crouched before the writhing figure. “But that’s not good enough for me, Lyncher. No, I think I’ll watch you bleed and shit yourself. Yes that will make me happy.” He pulled a Bowie knife from his belt. “Then I’m going to scalp you since that’s what you expect from a half-breed like me. Am I right?”

The only response Cash got was a damning stare of tear-rimmed red eyes.

End.

Edward A. Grainger is a member of the esteemed Western Fictioneers (http://www.westernfictioneers.com/) and is publishing Adventures of Cash Laramie and Gideon Miles eBook this June. He also writes crime fiction under the name David Cranmer and edits the webzine, BEAT to a PULP (http://beattoapulp.com/). He lives in Maine with his wife and daughter.

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David Barber said...

This was a great read indeed. I've read some of Cash's previous adventures and in this one you took him over to a darker side and it has payed off. Well written throughout with some great dialogue. It flowed and kept me from the start. Excellent work!

Thank you for accepting my invitation.

Jess said...

Wow! In your story about the little girl, I saw Cash's soft side. He's pretty scary here. :) You're excellent with dialogue and the few stories of yours I've read, I like the way you pull the unexpected. Good job here. Held me to the very end!

Rich said...

"The celebrated town marshal showed up with his deputy limping in behind.." Heh. Very nice touch/ref. Where does Cash go from here?

Ron Scheer said...

Well done. Having followed racial politics in early westerns, I notice that you venture into these issues in your Cash stories. You deal with a time when racial loyalties and sympathies had already divided the country in a long, bloody civil war that wasn't over simply because Lee had surrendered at Appomattox...The story is told with fine economy and a playful trifling with reader expectations. Not a word wasted...I liked how you worked Lillie Langtry into this one. I hope she shows up again.

Paul D. Brazill said...

Fantastic slice of payback. Great to see Cash's dark side.

Sabrina E. Ogden said...

Very cool! Nice of you to accept the invitation and it's great to see you out and about! Nice job!

Travis Erwin said...

Great read and you surprised me with his identity.

David Cranmer said...
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Edward A. Grainger said...

David, It is a real pleasure to be at the FFO with a crime western as I call them. Many thanks, sir.

Jess, The anger within this character has been building with the abuse in "Melanie" and the death of another friend in "Justice Served." This was certainly the most radical.

Rich, I have Doc, Miss Kitty, and Sam in there as well. I’m glad you liked the hat tip to the great show. Where does Cash go? Not a clue, my friend. But some ideas are beginning to seep in.

Ron, Thank you for the kind words. Scott D. Parker and I have written "The Adventure of the Sundown Express" which will be in BEAT to a PULP: ROUND TWO. That story features Lily Langtry and a mysterious invisible airship.

Paul, The FFO seemed like a perfect spot for Cash's dark side. Next stop is Crimefactory in a few weeks.

Thank you, Sabrina. It is nice to get away from the editing chair.

Travis, Thanks for stopping by, amigo. I’m glad I tossed a curve.

Randy Johnson said...

Nicely done. Cash, like most everybody, has a darker side and you handled it well.

Looking forward to more.

G said...

Very cool.

Refreshing to read something from another writer that is in my top three list of people who churn out good stuff.

Many thanks for making me enjoy the short story genre again.

Keep up the good work.

Jake Hinkson said...

There should be a "Cash Laramie Fucking Admiration Society." I'd join.

Chris Allinotte said...

Great story. This is the first I've heard of Cash Laramie - but what an outstanding character.

This story had such an easy, polished flow. I liked the organic twists, and the real sense of frontier justice here.

Liked it.

Chris Rhatigan said...

Very fine work. Love the stark, mean prose and the toss-you-off-a-cliff ending.

Alyssa Goodnight said...

Whoa! That's gritty alright! Well done! I learned some new terminology too!

David Cranmer said...
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Edward A. Grainger said...

David Cranmer said...
Thank you, Randy. I appreciate you slipping my story into your busy reading cycle.

G, Wow! High praise, my friend. I will try and keep the bar raised.

Jake, Ha! Yeah, I like the sounds of that.

Chris Allinotte, A great mini review in your comment here. Glad you enjoyed it.

Chris, Sometimes I feel I go a little too stark but I think it works here. Thanks again for the review at Death By Killing.

Alyssa, I know this isn't your normal cup of tea, so I really appreciate you giving it a look-see.

Garnett Elliott said...

You had me going there with the Cash/Teeth switcheroo.

Great stuff, Mr. Grainger.

Nik said...

Indeed, a neat twist and a good revelation of Cash's dark avenging side. Looking forward to more Cash stories.
Ross Morton

dMix said...

Good job! Cash would be hero if you weren't already.

Tony Derr said...

Brutal ending and the bigoted Doig deserved every twisted moment.

Edward A. Grainger said...

Garnett, I was hoping to rope a few folks in with the switch. After incessantly proofing a story it begins to look a little thin and I almost removed that facet of the plot but I’m glad I didn’t.

Thanks for taking some early looks, Nik. It helped having the very important second pair of eyes.

dMix, Te amo, corazon. (and you too, little charmer)

Tony, I don’t want to be exceedingly manipulating with readers on Cash’s handling of the situation. Doig is a waste of human skin for sure but is the lawman’s handling of the situation correct? I certainly wouldn’t want a thousand Cash Laramies working the modern streets of Chicago or New York. Well, let me think about that a little more... :)

Thanks for commenting, Mr. Derr.

Mike Miner said...

Any story that has "hoosegow" in it is a winner but this piece has a lot going for it. Great characters and pitch perfect dialogue. And the twist was just the cherry on top.

AC said...

The Cash Laramie saga gets more and more interesting with each story. Though I believe even in this tale, Cash's distribution of justice comes from a good place. He just got a little bit nastier this time around. In the old west, what was the threshold for nastiness anyway? You certainly took some risks, Mr. Grainger, and I think they paid off. Nice work.

Charles Gramlich said...

Loved the tie-in with Matt and Doc and Miss Kitty. Excellent!

Chris said...

Man, I think this one really deepens Cash as a character. Can't wait to see where he heads next...

Chris said...

What I like about this story is it makes Cash a little more unpredictable. We've seen him be merciful now, and we've seen him be brutally hard. As readers, that keeps us wondering what he's going to do in any given encounter. I don't know if that was intentional or not, but it's certainly there.

By releasing that part of his personality, though, it also opens him to doing it again, possibly mistakenly. What an interesting story THAT would be....

Ron Earl Phillips said...

My first encounter with Cash Laramie and writer "Edward Granger" - great story, lots of character and violent sweet end. Where can I dig up some more Cash?

Edward A. Grainger said...

Thank you, Mike. And I hope folks who missed it drop below and check out "The Wrong Saloon." Terrific story.

AC, It’s true he hasn’t had his all-out Jim Thompson moment. Do I wanna go there? Yeah, probably.

Charles, I had been watching quite a bit of GUNSMOKE that month.

Chris, Next stop is Crimefactory and lots of hookers.

You nailed it, Chris. I have a story on the drawing board where he fucks up. But what happens when you go too far?

Thanks for asking, Ron. I have an eBook coming up in June that will feature eight of the best stories.

Ryan Felder said...

A down and dirty western with loads of attitude.

wayne d. dundee said...

Tight, tough, enjoyable story. I knew that Cash was somewhere in the mix at the card game, but you caught me with the Stranger/Teeth twist. And it was a kick to see the Long Branch's "redhead" and "bartender" and then "Matt" and his "limping" deputy drift through the story.
The ending was harsh, but fitting to the time and the circumstances. Letting Doig suffer and then taking his scalp --- no matter whether or not it might seem justified by someone else's standards --- was perfectly suited to Cash and what we've come to expect from him.
Persevere --- WD

pattinase (abbott) said...

Such a grand idea to have a continuing character this interesting who turns up here and there, doing whatever. Great succinct story.

Terrie Farley Moran said...

I agree with everyone who said this is a deeper darker side of Cash. and I like it. I also loved the descriptive line: "Dragoon mustache between his calloused fingertips,"

Very well done!

Edward A. Grainger said...

Thanks for reading, Ryan.

Wayne, This is another marvelous review of my work in the confines of the comment space. Big thanks, sir.

Patti, I’m going to pull back a bit with new stories. I have “Cash Laramie and the Painted Ladies” at Crimefactory next month and then the eBook in June. But that’s about it. Don’t want to hit that well too many times.

Terrie, Dragoon. I had to research and make sure they were sported between 1880-1890. Ha. Not that easy as it seems.

skees said...

David,

You can't beat a good western! Tough, wild and hard times. So well written and great dialogue. You captured the feel of the west which isn't easy. My first Cash story, but it definitely won't be the last. Really enjoyed this. - Jim

Edward A. Grainger said...

Thanks, Jim. I find it very gratifying to be at the FFO with a western that so many crime enthusiasts are enjoying.

Anonymous said...

That is one dark ending! When was the last time a hero of any story was scalping a bad guy and the audience was rooting for him? Cash's merciless style reminded me, kinda sorta, of Brad Pitt's character in INGLORIOUS BASTERDS.

Good one, Dave. (James Marple)

nigel p bird said...

so I'm a British guy of the 20th and 21st centuries. what i know about westerns is all movies, photos and books. what i like about this story is that it captures all my images and is true to all of them. sweetly done, the twisting and turning and Cash's dark side is cool and brutal. thanks.

Benjamin Sobieck said...

I think this is the first Western on the FFO. If they're all this fun, it shouldn't be the last.

I liked the dark side of the MC, especially this part:

“I wasn’t expecting to take care of Boze Allen in the same week. Lucky for me, huh?” Teeth pinned another bullet to Doig’s left shoulder. The ex-con screams turned to low, stammering moans of anguish.

“Finish me you fucking bastard,” Doig yelled.

Edward A. Grainger said...

James, The Quentin Tarantino film is one of my faves of the last few years and tremendous pulp fiction and thank you for the comparison. (I’m hoping we see more of Pitt’s First Lieutenant Aldo Raine.)

Nigel, A friend of mine once said, "If that's not the way the west was, then it should have been." Thanks for reading and commenting, amigo.

Benjamin, I appreciate you taking the time to read and I'm pleased you liked those lines. I’ve always felt a western is a crime story with horses and six shooters instead of cars and Glocks.

Cindy Rosmus said...

It figures "Teeth" was really my guy Cash, 'cos he knew what was coming, & couldn't help but grin over it. Great job, Ed. Glad the son of the Buffalo Soldier was avenged.

Jodi MacArthur said...

My word, I think I was squirming more than Doig at the end. There is a shared quality between your series here to one of my fav characters in the world (Gunslinger from The Dark Tower series). That dark and light conflict within a person. With every episode you are showing so many shades of Cash. He really is unique and I enjoy the tales.

Matthew P. Mayo said...

Another fine read, sir. I would have commented sooner, but I've been in shock--Shock, I tell you!--at the hell you're dragging Cash through. More, please....

Edward A. Grainger said...

Cindy, Keith was featured in "Miles to Go" that was at BEAT to a PULP. It just seemed logical that Cash Laramie would hit the vengeance trail for this one. Glad you like it!

Jodi, Carumba! Comparison to the Gunslinger. Thanks, amiga.

I'm going easy on him next, Matt. He will be surrounded by hookers at a house of ill repute. That will be at Crimefactory in a few weeks.

AC said...

"He will be surrounded by hookers at a house of ill repute" -- Fictional characters get to have all the fun!

Anonymous said...

As usual, a heartfelt story where justice is served. Well done, once again.

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