LASTVIEW IS A WORK OF LITERARY FICTION
A former police officer Teal Tace, an Distict Attorney, and other law-abiding citizens struggle with the vision of events that have happened from their past leading up to a mysterious crime scene, as they take control of a prison called Lastview. A mystery, suspense, crime fiction, love, lost, and the Lastview.
The places, names of characters, events, mechanics, and incidents are used fictitiously or are a product of a very active imagination. Any resemblance to actual events is merely coincidental. Welcome to the world of Crime Fiction. So sit back, or stand with humor. Buckle your reading belt and read.
Lastview is a crime fiction novel containing adult situations language, paranormal, and violence. Characters, names, events, affairs, functions are just the active mind of the novelist. Remember that this book is to be looked over and read as a mystery, suspense, fictitious, crime fiction tale.
I dedicate this novel Lastview to readers and writers everywhere. Thank you for your compassion of the Literary Arts.
Chapter 1 That Dream I Always Have
Rolling over once in a comfortable bed on an
early warm morning, that dream I always have just
before the alarm clock rings. I’m holding her with
blood on my hands and uniform. The rifle is on the
ground. Officer Wills is the first to arrive to the scene
where he investigates the area, and building at the
Zoo. I can hear him on his radio say. “Four people
down, two are fatal send an ambulance, and I need
some back up now. There are two men lying in the
street with gunshot wounds, and they are barely
hanging on to life, and it is a man in the building then
a female officer down too, hurry please. Teal, let her
go!” I cried, “Wills, I’ll never let her go I can’t now
she was driving the car! I told her to stop, but she
brought us here.” I can’t believe you two girls are out
here with no back up, and any bulletproof vest on.
You’re not supposed to be out here in this area, now
look at this pitiful mess.”
“Why did she bring you here?” I can hardly see
the scene, or hear his question, as it faded with the
loud sirens of the police car, also the noise of the
ambulance arriving along with glaring red, and white
lights flashing. Finally back up has arrived to the
area. Wills partner Oren appears yelling!
“What happen Wills?”
“Look at the two of them lying over there in the
street, and there’s another one inside the building. He
didn’t make it. They’re better off dead, but Brittany
I’m so sorry.” What are you talking about Brittany where is she?” Oren asked.
Wills pleaded, “No Oren you don’t want to see
Right away Wills is trying to guard Oren, and
protect him from the horrific scene. Oren shoved Wills
to the side, and in shock he dropped to his knees next
to me holding Brittany on the smeared splattered
pavement, In a puddle of fresh blood, covering the
ground, running down onto the sidewalk, dripping
into the street with Oren screaming, “No Brittany, Teal!”
“What happened to her?”
“What are the two of you doing out here?”
“Who did this?”
I responded, “She brought us here.”
Ring! Then the sound of the alarm clock.
I awake, roll over, and shut it off.
“That is the dream I always have War.”