“All we need to do is get back to the Pigeon Hole. We’ll be safe there. Safe from society, safe from the law and safe from retribution.”
The Pigeon Hole explores twenty-first century life, through the lens of the good, the bad and the ill-informed.
When a curiously violent crime strikes the suburbs, society’s attentions shift towards unearthing the villainous perpetrators. However, upon closer inspection, things aren’t entirely what they seem. A microscopic examination of the suspects results in a search considerably closer to home…
A neoteric take on the stereotypical crime novel, The Pigeon Hole will compel you to question everything about your social standpoint.
Think you know the world from top to bottom? We’ll just see about that.