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Murder Mystery – Part 10

Monday 8 – Friday 12 May 2017 He’d watched as nurses and doctors had worked to save her life under stark white emergency department lights. He’d followed as they wheeled her through to theatre. He’d sat impatiently in the waiting … Continue reading

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Murder Mystery – Part 9

Saturday 6 – Sunday 7 May 2017 ‘I’m not telling you a single thing, Mr. Fraser.’ Kevin Norton rocked back on his chair, balancing it on the back legs. His solicitor, a wiry, bespectacled, greying fellow grinned as he thought … Continue reading

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Murder Mystery – Part 8

Tuesday 2 – Wednesday 3 May 2017 ‘D’you get the feeling Mackey was – surprised – to see you?’ It was the only thing Fraser had said to Corbyn on the drive back to the station, and it had got … Continue reading

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Murder Mystery – Part 7

Sunday 30 April 2017 ‘Getting close enough to the bitch to do damage was always going to be difficult.’ Roy Mackey locked eyes with Kevin. ‘Then why do you insist on payback, Kev? What’s the point of it’s so difficult … Continue reading

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Murder Mystery – Part 6

Sunday 23 – Monday 24 April 2017 DS Ali Corbyn knew she locked the front door when she left her house that morning for work. That it was now ever so slightly ajar concerned her. It took microseconds for Corbyn … Continue reading

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Murder Mystery – Part 5

Sunday 16 April 2017 ‘Call came in just after half two this morning, Guv.’ Burkett scratched the stubble on his left cheek. ‘Right. And who was first responder?’ Fraser asked. His face carried as many wrinkles as his crumpled dark … Continue reading

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Murder Mystery – Part 4

Monday 10 April 2017 ‘Bloody hell, I can’t believe you found it, Tweedledee.’ Fraser was ecstatic. The information he and Ali Corbyn had been so desperate to discover had been uncovered by Tweedledee and Tweedledum. ‘Guv, can you please, for … Continue reading

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