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The Huntress – Part 3 . . .

Saturday 10 – Sunday 11 November 2018 ‘I’m not going anywhere, Catherine.’ Hugh was adamant. He wasn’t the run away and hide sort. Never had been. He had always stayed to fight whatever battles were thrown at him. ‘You have … Continue reading

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The Huntress – Part 2 . . .

Wednesday 31 October – Sat 3 November 2018 The weight of knowing hung over Catherine Carlisle like a noose around her neck. If she told her husband what Barnaby Williams had wanted her to do, their world would fall apart. … Continue reading

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The Huntress – Part 1 . . .

Sunday 21 – Tuesday 22 October 2018 ‘Do you know what I love most about nature?’ She waited for him to reply but got nothing. She scoffed at what she perceived as his disrespect. ‘The night sky. That’s what I … Continue reading

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Nautilus – Part 9 . . .

Saturday 23 – Sunday 24 June 2018 ‘The Lady Windermere sailed at five a.m., Detective Gates. Mrs. Miller was captaining her.’ Gates kicked the ground. He’d lost Claire Miller yet again. She’d done her deal with Narcotics, been released on … Continue reading

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Nautilus – Part 8 . . .

Monday 4 – Sunday 10 June 2018 Steven Benson had been moved from the rank cell he’d be kept in for the last few days to Gates’ office. The air was fresher, the chair more comfortable, the coffee smelled good … Continue reading

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Nautilus – Part 7 . . .

Monday 28 – Tuesday 29 May 2018 ‘What are you thinking, boss?’ Amy Turner cautiously asked. She’d seen Gates in these moods many times and the key to successfully dealing with him was to tread carefully. He didn’t like being … Continue reading

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Nautilus – Part 6 . . .

Friday 18 May 2018 Amy Turner slumped into what she thought was the world’s most uncomfortable chair, hidden away from the prying eyes of her colleagues in Gates’ office. Her boss sauntered in, loosened his tie, tossed the file he’d … Continue reading

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