The Robin Hood Murders Chapter 8
The following day, as I sat alongside DI Plum in the courtroom, Max Coons changed his plea.
The Robin Hood Murders chapter 7
The second letter was hand written, bold writing jumping clearly from the envelope giving me pause to think before examining the contents.
The Robin Hood Murders Chapter 4
“I’m to take you to the police station, Detective Inspector Plum wants to discuss this with you personally.”
The Robin Hood Murders Chapter 6
I am delighted to hear from your salubrious colleagues of the press that you are alive and well.
The Robin Hood Murders 5
Staring, I watch numbly as he stretched my leg out, pressing against a gushing red stain that spread slowly across the blue jeans.
The Robin Hood Murders Chapter 4 (Extended)
the police were unable to identify a likely shooting position, so I was going in totally exposed.
The Robin Hood Murders- Chapter 3
Max Coons was a quiet, observant presence in his shop as I admired his work. His love of Nottingham and sports were clear
The Robin Hood Murders Chapter 2
“You were concerned about further murders?” / “Yes I was. Mark Coons’ initial two murders in the Narrow Marsh beneath Shire hall were targe…
Introducing Nina Gadon
As the early evening gloom descended, I turned the key in the door with its usual grinding reluctance, and eagerly stepped into the warmth …
Introducing a murderer
I paid no attention to the rain pattering against my plastic protective cover. My competition training calming my breathing and steadying …
I flipped through the pages, listening to the satisfying whoosh as the paper flapped against each other, over sailing Jack’s continued ramb…