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CAT AMONG THE PIGEONS By Ray Abinett

CAT AMONG THE PIGEONS Six years old Jimmy’s Jones teacher, Mr Roberts, was liked by all the children in the class. He was tall, good looking and casually dressed, with an unruly mop of curly straw coloured hair, and was … Continue reading

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NO HIDING PLACE by Marion Twyman

‘Angie, it is you, isn’t it ?’ With those few words, the bottom dropped instantly out of my secure and untroubled world. I turned in response to the voice and the restraining hand on my arm, prepared to deny all … Continue reading

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CHRISTMAS DAY By Denise Leppard

“The trouble with you is, you can’t say no to no-one!” Ethel said scornfully to Beryl. “I know,” Beryl said sadly. “But sometimes it seems so .. Impolite…. To say  no..” “”Look,” Ethel said, “ If you don’t want to … Continue reading

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FEATHERS a ghost story by Denise Leppard

Adam and Zoe should have been idyllically happy when they moved onto Goose Farm. But he soon realised that whereas he felt at home in the Old Dairy from the moment they moved in, it was soon evident she was … Continue reading

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IN THE WOODS by Denise Leppard

There are always places you should think twice about going to, especially on your own. Not just in the town, but also in the countryside, like our own woods in the country park just up the road from here.

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CHRISTMAS DAY By Denise Leppard

“I know,” Beryl said sadly. “But sometimes it seems so .. Impolite…. To say  no..” “”Look,” Ethel said, “ If you don’t want to spend Christmas  with your niece, then just flipping say so! If you ask me, it’s bleeding … Continue reading

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The Least Convenient Suspect By D. Brendan McCarthy

Chapter One ‘You have arrived.’ Ryan Hunter drank the last of his Associated Teas and Coffees’ tea. The lukewarm, oily liquid coated his tongue. Four thirty in the morning and his car was parking him in a warehouse complex to … Continue reading

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The Least Convenient Suspect

When Ryan Hunter, Deputy Head of Administration and Human Resources at Amherst Police Station, is called to a crime scene at half-four in the morning, he hopes at most for an interesting distraction from his job in Administration and Human … Continue reading

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THE LIFE OF HENRY THE EIGHTH (CONDENSED) by Patricia Jay

Henry the Eighth came to the throne on 22 April 1509 aged 18, and was crowned in Westminster Abbey on 24 June the same year.

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IT WAS NOT AT ALL WHAT I EXPECTED by Callum Drew.

The job advert said housework and cleaning silver etc, overalls and equipment provided. The interview was at a house a few streets away,

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