Tag Archives: murder

A sense of calm ~ Iain Kelly #writephoto

She deserved this. Work could be put on the back burner for a couple of weeks. The children were with her parents. The tail end of summer was just warm enough to wear a sleeveless top and a short skirt, … Continue reading

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Nightmare in the mountains ~ Jordis Fasheh #writephoto

It was 3:00 am when I awoke from a dreadful dream. My body was drenched and my heart was racing. A voice screaming for help reached out from the dream and caused me serious angst. I continued to lay still … Continue reading

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Jan Sikes meets Craig Boyack on #LisaBurtonRadio

Reblogged from Entertaining Stories, where ‘Lisa’ and Craig Boyack talk to Jan Sikes: Welcome to another edition of Lisa Burton Radio. I’m your host, Lisa the robot girl, and today we’re calling back into the nineteen-sixties. I just need to … Continue reading

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The Fall ~ Iain Kelly #writephoto

The car swept him through the city. As he looked out he saw the city he had built. The banks, the hotels, the casinos – he owned a piece of all of them. An empire that seemed impregnable. An empire … Continue reading

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Free ~ Notes to Women #writephoto

“Mr.  Johnson, how does it feel to be a free man after spending twenty-five years in jail?” a reporter asked Leroy Johnson as he stood in front of the courthouse with its massive pillars.  His mother was beside him. He … Continue reading

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Spectral ~ Willow Willers #writephoto

There it stood, in the early morning mist. Nothing but a shell, no heart or soul left. The mist concealing the true horror of what was left. Even after all these years I could hear the crackle of fire and … Continue reading

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Living Lore: Bobby Fairfield ~ A very brief history of an infamous Exmoor family.

Everyone was aware of the reputation accorded the family known as the Doones, who in the mid seventeenth century lived somewhere on the moors. Most could or would not say exactly where. They were reputed to be a family of … Continue reading

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An act of mercy ~ Iain Kelly #writephoto

His face was as stony as the rocky outcrop at the top of the hill. I wondered if his heart was made of similar granite. Since Mum had passed he hadn’t shed a tear. My sisters and I had gathered … Continue reading

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Living Lore reblog: James Osborne ~The Gold Boulder

Reblogged from James Osborne: We all know legends grow with retelling.  This one’s no exception.  It’s about a gold boulder . . . and how it caused a murder. Or did it?  We’re not sure. Nor are we convinced about … Continue reading

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Guest author: Noelle Granger – Your Brain on Writing

As many of you might know, I have a fourth book in the Rhe Brewster Mystery series just out. When I sat down to write my first book, I had no idea one would become four! But as a typical … Continue reading

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