1. Murder on the Mainline: another Mike Claymore Mystery Copywrite: 2000


    Date: 4/15/2017, Categories: Fiction, Consensual Sex, Death, Straight Sex, Exhibitionism, Hardcore, Horror, Straight Sex, Mature, Murder, Non-consensual sex, Rape, Romance, Violence, Author: davebccanada, Source: sexstories.com

    Chapter One 1st Tuesday It’s a cold grind as Mike pulls away through the stoplights in Revelstoke and starts the climb towards Golden. He isn’t in the best of moods this trip. He misses a gear and curses, glaring at a tan Cadillac with Oregon plates as it swishes by throwing slush and water up the front of his rig. “Bastard tourists!!” Mike waves his closed fist at the windshield, “Watch him!! He’ll cut me off now!!” Lenny just grunts with a small smile. “I told ya!! See that!!”, Mike explodes in fury. “Shouldn’t allow people like that on the roads when it starts to snow.” Lenny knows what is really bugging Mike and it's not the tourist but he knows enough to say nothing. He watches the sun sparkle off the new fallen snow. It’s May but you never know what to expect for weather up here in the parks of western Canada. Roger’s Pass could be clear and dry when they get there or it could be like it is here, wet and slushy. You have to be ready for anything this time of year. As they pull under the ‘Road Conditions’ sign it says Number 1 is wet with slippery patches through Glacier National Park. There’s no mention of Roger’s Pass. Lenny looks out across the town of Revelstoke in deep shade with lights winking on in section after section of the town. With a little luck they’ll be into Golden before midnight. It feels like they’ve been on the road for two days instead of one. They had left Port Coquitlam early this morning and got into Kelowna before the warehousemen went for ...
    lunch at the Zellers Department store. They’d been lucky there and got quite a bit of weight off the rear trailer although they did have to shift some of the load back for balance. Through Sicamous they had checked out just fine at the government weight scales. Mike starts flicking on lights and Lenny checks his side. Clearance lights show up on the trailer and the pup close behind it. Everything seems to be in order so he gives Mike the high sign. This was an unusual load so they gave it to Mike. They always did! His big Kenworth could make time and do it economically, as well. They are hauling from Vancouver Harbor to Kelowna, Calgary; then on to Medicine Hat for Zellers with goods from the Orient. Then picking up a trailer in Lethbridge for Canadian Tire stores back on the coast. Another truck had brought it to Lethbridge from the east. They could stretch this trip to four days but Lenny knew they’d be back in Port Coquitlam (POCO) yards in three. Mike was in a foul mood and would really push it. A sly smile crept over Lenny’s countenance as he thought, “And all over a piece of tail! That’s what has him so worked up!” When they had gotten to Laidlaw, Trudy was not at the truck stop. Mike had called her and she’d said her little girl was sick, so she wouldn’t be able to go with him on this trip. Mike had been miserable ever since. Mike calls out, “Can you see those chains in your mirror? I hear something rattling and it sounds like it’s on your side. They haven’t broken loose, ...
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