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Stony Hearts By Mary Roberts
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A murder has occurred at Grey's National Bank. Emilia Shane has been found dead in her office. Now its up to Gwendolyn Grey a bookworm with a introverted lifestyle and Roger Lacoure a Detective with... More > a harrowing backstory, to solve this case.< Less
An Ecumenical Matter By Peaky Games
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Welcome to Peaky-in-the-Sea. As you all know, Father Francis died last week when the car he was in went over a cliff, may he rest in peace. The funeral was this morning, and the parishioners have... More > now left leaving the priests and nuns to get down to serious Church business. Father Francis’s death was particularly tragic as it was expected that he would be promoted to the position of Bishop of the Diocese of Peaky-in-the-Sea (Rocky Island, Stony Island and Pebbly Island). Of course, this now leaves the position open… An Ecumenical Matter is a light-hearted spiritual freeform for 15 players.< Less
The Lure of Old London: Illustrated By Sophie Cole
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The Lure of Old London: Illustrated by Sophie Cole. PEOPLE who are kind enough to read my stories sometimes tell me they like them on account of their London atmosphere. This is reassuring, because... More > London is, to me, what "King Charles' head" was to "Mr. Dick," and when my publisher suggested that I should write this volume I mounted my hobby-horse with glee. The objects of the journeys recorded were chosen haphazard. With a myriad places clamouring for notice, and each place brimful of interest, one takes the first that comes, reflecting that what one doesn't see to-day can be seen to-morrow, regretful only that, no matter how many to-morrows may remain, there will not be enough to exhaust the charms of London. London has moods for each hour and surprises round every corner. It may be the enchantress, or the "stony-hearted step-mother," but one part it can never play—that of the bore.< Less