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Murder most foul, Part 11

Creepy didn’t quite manage to enter like Clint Eastwood either, but I could tell the same basic impulse had crossed his mind and been similarly thwarted. The music, at least, was now some sort of weirdly-appropriate Country-and-Western techno remix, largely … Continue reading

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Murder most foul, Part 10

It started with my peripheral vision. This, as I’ve mentioned previously, has been finely honed from years of dealing with Creepy when there were more important things to watch. I was able to remain focussed on whatever I was looking … Continue reading

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Murder most foul, Part 7

To be honest I’d never been to The Python Lounge, but I’d heard numerous reports from a wide range of sources. The place wasn’t bad news as such – it sounded like a strip club but it wasn’t. It was … Continue reading

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Murder most foul, Part 6

“That’s your Carl disguise?” I looked down at my shirt, jacket, jeans and boots. It was smart-casual, befitting a birthday-party-continuation at a local Mexican bar-restaurant. “Since I don’t know what Carl looks like, it seemed the best I could manage,” … Continue reading

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