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Corona: Part Ten #short story in instalments

Janice sunk into a brown velour-covered winged armchair, defeated. Her brain focused on the windows to the front but some sort of shrub blocked a view of the street. It was hopeless. Meanwhile Christopher fussed with the tea things. She … Continue reading

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Corona: Part nine

Part Nine “I… how do you know I’m your sister?” “Sister in law. I thought, with my brother, your husband dead the informality might be appropriate. I didn’t mean to offend. Come. Let’s have a cup of tea and you … Continue reading

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Corona: Part Seven

Janice stared at the diffident man facing the camera. It looked like it was taken in a back garden, maybe at a barbecue. He had the same hooded eyes in the twenty-year old’s picture she had, but now there was … Continue reading

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Corona: Part Four

If you want to catch up on the previous parts, part 1 is here, part 2 here and part 3 here. Janice Scrutt racked her brains to try and think of any sort of coherent explanation for these odd events, … Continue reading

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A Little Light Relief – Part Six (the end)

The story so far: Danny is with Nulla and the new born baby. Andy is coming back and he’s threatened the baby. Danny has to protect both mother and baby until help arrives. For the complete parts 1 to 5 click … Continue reading

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A Little Light Relief – Part Five

The story so far: Danny heard a man’s voice coming from a disused railway tunnel and goes to help. He finds Joe and Nulla: Joe has a broken leg and Nulla is heavily pregnant. Joe asks Danny to call a friend to help them – … Continue reading

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