“Relics, Rabbits and Tuscan Reds” by Slip Wolf (read by Dirt Coyote, part 2 of 2)
Intrepid weasel reporter Nancy and reformed computer hacking rabbit Updike have played a game of weasel-cat and rabbit-mouse through the hallowed tourist traps of Sienna, and are now in mortal danger from a coyote assassin who is hot on both their tails.
Today’s story is the second and final part of “Relics, Rabbits, and Tuscan Reds” by Slip Wolf, who has published a few dozen works in the Furry Fandom and is now just a little bit further on with editing his first novel. This particular Story was originally published in Roar Volume Six, published by FurPlanet.
Last time, intrepid weasel reporter Nancy chased down a reformed computer hacking rabbit named Updike who has a rather large price on his head. They played a brief game of weasel-cat and rabbit-mouse through the hallowed tourist traps of Sienna and are now in mortal danger from a coyote assassin who is hot on both their tails.
Read by Dirt Coyote, lately of twitter dot com.
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