Free Fiction Monday: Tribute

Lt. Kenyon fulfills his duty to serve his country and the war effort by censoring the crew’s letters home, even though it means that his shipmates hate him. But when the crew begin writing about a ghostly vision—a vision impossible to believe but inadvisable to ignore—he must address the danger facing the ship and her crew. And he must make a choice that will affect every last man on board.

2940016727561_p0_v1_s260x420“Tribute,” by World Fantasy Award winner Kristine Kathryn Rusch is free in its entirety on this site for one week only. It’s also available for $2.99 from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, and in other e-bookstores.

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10 responses to “Free Fiction Monday: Tribute”

  1. Alice Roelke says:

    What a great story! Thanks for sharing it. 🙂 I loved the WWII elements mixed with the supernatural/suspense/pirate stuff. This story was a great glimpse into a claustrophobic, paranoid (necessarily so, perhaps) time and job during the war that we don’t think much about today. Also, great twists and turns!!!

  2. Will Overby says:

    As usual I’m awestruck at the depth of characterization and atmosphere in your short fiction. You rock!

  3. Tori Minard says:

    Wow. Really liked this one. Creepy.

  4. Steven Davis says:

    Sweet story. Thank you.

  5. Nancy Beck says:

    Wow, another great short! And set during one of my favorite periods of history to muck about in, WW II. 🙂 I to thought he’d give up the captain, so I thought that was a nice twist on what I was expecting. 🙂

    Thanks for the read.

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