Pandemic Ponderings

As I write this I have no idea how long I have been ‘self isolating’ although judging by the laughter and singing outside I must be the only one. The pandemic has of course changed the ‘normality’ of life for the vast majority of us. Some of us are even postulating that this virus will […]

The Curse. Part 2

After informing the police and a brief appearance at the inquest and trial, Doris leaves this story. DI Simon Harker was assigned to the murder. Harker, now long retired, recalled the case as one ‘by the book’. House to house questioning, children and teenagers spoken to, routine to the point of being mundane. A week […]

The Curse. Part 1.

In the heart of the city, tucked away in the back streets, stands a church. It is not a remarkable piece of architecture, nor is it particularly old. It is however, cursed. The construction was completed and the church consecrated around 1900, and the parish priest, Mortimer Newman duly took up his duties. We can […]