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Mega Movie Weekend

Day 11. 30 pages, 14,760 words. Our dear firstborn spent this weekend at the summer house with her grandparents, which was at once lonesome and very, very relaxing. We slept in, we hung out, we played several rounds of Hero … Continue reading

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Murder most foul, part 18

We awakened, slowly and painfully, to find ourselves in a corridor. I should mention right off the bat that I can’t say much about what just happened. Sorry to disappoint you. The month or so leading up to Christmas, after … Continue reading

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Murder most foul, part 17

“Wait wait wait,” Creepy said. “That can be done? So why haven’t these two guys found a couple of patsies to take their place before now?” he threw a piece of soggy corn chip at Ian. “You just got through … Continue reading

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Murder most foul, Part 15

“How much do I owe you?” I asked, nodding at the drinks. Ian brought his velvety muzzle down into the corn chips and began to crunch loudly and messily. “Let’s settle the expenses on December 26th,” Carl suggested. “Is this … Continue reading

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Murder most foul, Part 14

“Imagine the world, the universe, is a tiny little air-bubble rising up through a body of water – a lake. When it reaches the surface, it pops and the world ends. “But the lake is slo-time, surrounding the universe. You … Continue reading

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Check it Twice

Archibald-Wangarrison-Todhunter-Wensleydale-Finchley III and Chester-Buxley-Fitzsimmons-Wolverwover-deKnobes were escape artists of the highest and most rarefied quality. They made Frank Morris and the Anglin Brothers look like a group of halfwits, and Frederick Mors look well-balanced. This wasn’t because they had found a … Continue reading

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