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Mystery deceit and a school Inspector - Chapter One
Mystery deceit and a school Inspector | Fiction: Mystery  |  by Bryony Allen  |  …Flicking through her jotter at parent's evening was also a top tip from teacher training college – possibly the only one. Looking for that one elusive anecdote that Mr. and Mr...

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The Bones of Murder - Chapter Four
The Bones of Murder | Fiction: Crime Detective Mystery | by Julius Falconer | ... ‘And there’s the anonymous letter!’ interjected Grace. ‘Oh, what anonymous letter is that?’ asked Wickfield. ‘Perhaps you’d better start at the beginning and tell us all about...

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Two Little Dicky Birds - Wednesday 7th April 1976
Two Little Dicky Birds | FICTION/Crime Detective by Neal James It had been over five months since the police had found the body in Leicester, and the trail seemed to have run cold. He had kept up to date with all of the newspaper and other reports surroundi...

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To Go Boldly by Ron Palmer - DAY THREE
His risings fogs prevail upon the day MacFlecknoe (1682) I woke up at 0530 cursing under my breath, as I’m on my own there is no point to saying it out loud, to a beautiful day of thick fog. Thick as a hedge again, with visibility down to almost nil, no mat...

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Quote - Alcott, Amos Bronson


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Quote - Alcott, Amos Bronson


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An Anthology of Christmas Murders - Terror, Tinsel and Turkey edited by Jeremy Moiser
Terror, tinsel and turkey - Contribution by Harry Riley Alan Weywent was an overweight flamboyant fraudster, whose cut-price double-glazing company of A-Wey-Went-Windows went bust. He had had full order books when the firm closed down, but his suppliers had...

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The Rover’s Return - an excerpt from 'Wild Strawberries'
Wild Strawberries by Derek Smith It was the month of June. James was nine and would not be ten until the first week in July. He was now settled into the country ways, had accepted that the lack of a bathroom and civilised toilet facilities were a fact of li...

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