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Grandfather Ghost

by Anthony W. Eichenlaub

Retired, reclusive, and too smart to die.

Hacker Ajay Andersen knows his retirement isn't always going to be sunshine and roses. He's committed to protecting those he loves, and sometimes that's not going to be easy.

But things get complicated fast when he finds Silas Cardoso's body in his living room.

An environmentalist entrepreneur threatens the very wilderness he once protected. Mercenaries hold information that could endanger Ajay's granddaughter Kylie. If he's going to make things right, Ajay will need to venture somewhere he never wants to go during the harsh Minnesota winter:


Too old to race a snowmobile through a dense forest? Maybe. Too old to be a pain in the butt?

Not this Grandfather.


About the Author

Anthony W. Eichenlaub’s short stories appear in Little Blue Marble, Asymmetry Fiction, and the anthology Fell Beasts and Fair. When the ground isn't frozen solid, he enjoys gardening, woodworking, and long walks with a lazy dog. When it is frozen, he stays indoors where it's safe.