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Chaotic lifestyle

This is so far out of keeping with anything else I am ever likely to write that I hardly know what to do with it.  My first NHS job was in admin in child protection.  Eight is not an exaggeration. – – – – – – Andrea Westcott.  Age 34.  Chaotic lifestyle. I always hated […]

Of the Red and the Gold

I was rather hoping that if I wrote a teaser for Venya’s story the rest would follow.  Doesn’t seem to be working so far, but for what it’s worth, here’s the teaser . . .   – – – – – – The Lady died nearly six hundred years ago, and has been consigned to […]

. . Kathryn Blake

So, the girl currently calling herself Kathryn Blake, who is . . . only and always Kate – that short, sharp blade of a name that suits her down to the bone . . . How best to introduce her, . . . straight and slim and silhouetted starkly against the pastel sky? It hardly […]

. . . Alex Brightsmith

I want to tell you a story. No, scratch that . . . I want to tell you a whole lot of stories. I want to tell you about mistrusting, mistrusted Kathryn Blake – traceuse, pickpocket and cat-burglar – the girl who got into Kimine’s machine on the ground floor, and smashed it all to […]


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