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Review by klbradley. The Mystery of the Hidden Cabin

For a mystery novella to grab my attention, it usually has to be something with an increasing build of anticipation, followed by some dramatic happenings along the way to pave the road for excitement. This is typically harder done in … Continue reading

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Honey Suckle Cottage, Part 2

The only sounds were the clicking of her heels on the cobble stone walk, twittering birds and the soft sound of dripping water from the tree branches. Princess strained on the lease when a squirrel scolded over their heads.  “No … Continue reading

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The Last Hurrah

Amber Fieldale stood beside Mrs. Hobbs in the family pew. She watched as family and neighbors came down the aisle. Amber’s legs felt like jelly and she sat down with a thud. A shudder went through her, as her attention … Continue reading

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Ghost in the Attic

Bess sat on the wooden bench, in front of the metal tool shed, while Mr. Mars cleaned the lawnmower. “Do you think there are ghosts?” Mr. Mars wiped his greasy hands on a rag. “Haven’t seen any.” Bess laid her … Continue reading

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The Secret Hiding Spot, Part three

The sun beam was filled with fairy dust as it shone through the kitchen window as the family ate breakfast each lost in their own thoughts. Teresa pushed her plate away as tires crunched in the gravel followed by voices … Continue reading

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The Secret Hiding Spot, part two

Teresa and Katie made many trips back and forth and soon had their little nest organized before Grannie called them for supper. Teresa entered the steamy kitchen that smelled of corn, potatoes, fresh bread and roast chicken. “Oh yum. My … Continue reading

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The Secret Hiding Spot, part one

Teresa clattered down the uncarpeted stairs and dashed towards the kitchen that smelled of bacon, eggs, toast and coffee. She slid onto the smooth bench behind the square oak table beside Katie. “Move over.” Katie fiddled with a loose thread … Continue reading

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