As is the usual practice, allow me to quote from her review of “Time's Arrow”, the #FridayFlash I published on December 18, 2009:
Tony Noland deftly puts us behind the eyes of someone who is not quite human. ... The cold triage analysis of who to allow to live to spread the legend is a chilling insight into the mind of a killer. ... The writing in “Time's Arrow” comes across as cool and detached which may not be to everyone's taste, but that is probably a reflection of the cold and ruthless character being written about. ... it intrigues. ... very well done.Nice review, that. I was trying for cool and detached in that piece, so I'm glad it came across that way.
If you want to read some that is definitely the OPPOSITE of cool and detached, try "4:45" or perhaps "Not My Intention". Plenty of emotion in those two. Lots of other pieces to choose from as well.