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THE STALKER By Henry Miles

t was a laugh when they said Dorothy up the office had taken a shine to me but as a paunchy unattached middle aged bloke I was flattered. The younger lads who thought everybody over forty should be in a … Continue reading

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STAIRWAY TO MURDER By Henry Miles

“It was Ken Grime; I did my best I’m sorry you didn’t get the job” Harry stared at his Manager in disbelief ” I’ve covered it for nine months” Mike Bainbridge shrugged “The interview panel were impressed, but as Head … Continue reading

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Cycling back from town,battling against the wind and driving rain,panniers loaded with shopping I questioned my sanity. l owned a car, yet here was l, cold, wet,and gasping, the car languishing on the drive.The bike’s chain snapped as l pedaled … Continue reading

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HMS ENDEAVOR By Henry Miles

For all the years I worked this station , I served the ships of every nation; Thousands of vessels I touched alongside, And many great ships I remember with pride. Over the ‘diver’s shoal’ one bright summer day, HMS Endeavour … Continue reading

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CROOKED ANGEL By Henry Miles

  “I don’t reckon the Police would know about the money” “ We’ve been over this Gary, it’s a lot of cash, he could have robbed a bank or something” “ I’ve checked all the news there’s nothing about any … Continue reading

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