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The Man of Laws

8, Napier Terrace Whitechapel London 3rd September 1896. My dear friend Abraham, concerning the grisly events occurring in London in your absence, I shall conclude my account, knowing that as you read it, you will doubtless think me mad. I … Continue reading

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Isaac

“Isaac, we’ve already had this conversation.” Mayweather. I always thought of her as a good station commander. For a scientist. She seemed so young now. “Isaac! Are you listening to me?” Isaac. From Ishaq: “he will laugh.” How often have … Continue reading

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The Western Gate

I believe in one God, the Father almighty, maker of heaven and earth and of all things visible and invisible- Anjuron was thankful for the descending darkness as he made his way through Jerusalem’s streets, as the guards set the … Continue reading

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Cagney Never Said…

It’s not like in the movies, or the comic books.  Things aren’t always what they seem. Not even to a guy like me. I kinda knew this was my last case. I was finally going to nail this town’s Mr … Continue reading

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