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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 3

Thursday 30 March – Saturday 1 April 2017 The crime scene had been attended by so many officers, forensics staff, photographers, and the top brass that there was little hope of Fraser and Corbyn finding any new evidence. ‘I want … Continue reading

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Murder Mystery – Part 1

Wednesday 15 – Thursday 16 March 2017 ‘The door was locked from the inside.’ ‘Yes, Anderson, I’m aware that the door was locked from the inside. What else did you notice when you discovered the body?’ ‘Well, Detective Chief Inspector … Continue reading

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The Mysteries Of Our World . . .

Monday 29 – Tuesday 30 August 2016 Ever since I was a child, I’ve been fascinated by the mysteries that the world threw around. I remember looking through my some of my paternal nan’s books that dealt with the oddities … Continue reading

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Hidden Levels . . .

Wednesday 4 February 2015 I’d been banging my head against my desk in frustration, trying to come up with something to write a blog post on because tomorrow I’m at work and I won’t have any time to write. And … Continue reading

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Valley Of Peace – Part 2

Wednesday 19 – Monday 24 November 2014 Matthew Jenkins straightened his collar, and carefully lifted his coat onto his shoulders. ‘You can’t really be serious about going out in this mist, Matthew,’ Fenella said. ‘Of course I’m going. My dear … Continue reading

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