Juliet closed her eyes in preparation for the enveloping darkness, on opening them again, the blackness was all around her, she was sitting on the hard wooden base of the wardrobe...
To the British People on Brexit.
I have always fancied myself as a political speech-writer...
Victor’s Watch 2
Juliet looked at Victor and realised that the look on her face must clearly indicate that she thought he was totally mad...
Victor’s Watch 1
The focal point of the coffee shop was a full height gothic window of translucent white glass that flooded the area with bright shafts of light. The space gave the impression that it looked both backwards into history and anticipated a future of content stability.
Victor’s Watch – 1
It was surprising that the atmosphere in the hospital coffee shop wasn’t more oppressive considering the history and permanent inhabitants of the space. The dark colour of the branding might have produced a gloom hanging in the air but instead the space was oddly uplifting to all that entered, to sit quietly drinking coffee before… Continue reading Victor’s Watch – 1
It’s always too early to quit.
Tragedy strikes ten friends on holiday in Cornwall leaving them reeling with the knowledge that the crime was committed by one of them...
Please don’t be nice to me!
Everyone learns in different ways...Ive discovered the stick works better for me.
Idyll Interrupted. The Making of a Mystery.
I knew I wasn't going to get away this summer so I had the bright idea to write a crime fiction murder mystery blog...
School Holiday Sleuth – Idyll Interrupted. The Making of a Mystery.
I knew I wasn't going to get away this summer. Family commitments, jobs that needed doing, rugby training, and a host of other responsibilities made any kind of holiday unrealistic. So I decided to do something completely different with my time and write a crime fiction murder mystery blog to be published in instalments and… Continue reading School Holiday Sleuth – Idyll Interrupted. The Making of a Mystery.
Idyll Interrupted – 6
It took one more day with Anna, and enquiries back at the station, before Blandford agreed that they were ready to invite everyone to join him in the garden...