By Bill Cameron

Motion

Distance is magic – sometimes black, sometimes white. Sometimes a little of both. I see this place or that and I think, I could be from there. Lots of places. I build them up in my mind. Mountains. I like the sensation of driving through mountains late at night, light...

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The Failure of the Persistence of Memory

The dreams that come when the sun is white and the air is still and buzzing and my head slips off an old pillow that has fallen into the light These are the dreams that I attend with pleasure. Sometimes fear. I smell languor in the trees beside a torpid lake. Leaves...

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About BCMystery

When not tending his chickens, BCMystery shapes unruly words into captivating people caught in harrowing situations. As Bill Cameron, his work includes the critically-acclaimed Skin Kadash mysteries and, as W.H. Cameron, the high desert mystery Crossroad. He’s presently at work on a historical mystery set on the Oregon coast.