Kadiki - A Series Of Mystics

She appears in form of a manjé in a black wrap and a long silver girdle around her hips, the golden necklace, anklets and bracelets with an orchid on her hair. Her eyes are white, drawn of eye-shadow and eyebrow marking like a native islander. She wears a black armband on her left biceps with a talisman. She’s raised to the magic of orchids. Anzala Fahsha comes down to fulfil desire.

Kadiki

Banana Leaf

An Anzala Fahsha Mystery

Catamaran Rahne Mari

An Anzala Fahsha Mystery

Coffin Of Biko

An Anzala Fahsha Mystery

Cool Specs (Part 1)

Los Cabos grew a flourishing tourism industry and a range of luxury hotels on the rise. Rocas del Cabo, located on the rocky edges by the seaside run...

Cool Specs (Part 2)

Ibañez woke up to find the room empty. She was free of bonds. Still drowsy, pins and needles in her arms and legs, her head spinning and the whole...

Cool Specs (Part 3)

Valentina Buscar was a talented model in her former glory. She started Las Escondidas Fitness Club in the mid-eighties, sometimes referred to as the...

Cool Specs (Part 4)

Hikers climbed the top of the mountain and made it in nearly four hours. On their descend one of them caught sight of a body trapped way down below...

Cool Specs (Part 5)

In the morning, over breakfast, she picked the telephone directory and looked for Dr Mireles’s number. To her surprise his clinic was located on...

Crossover (Part 1)

She rose from the thin layers of water, climbing the stretch of beach, her arms flapping and hips rising. She was tall and beautiful, wearing a...

Crossover (Part 2)

Mariana was having a headache from stress in thinking about going out with a stranger. She swallowed half a dozen aspirins. She hadn’t made up her...

Crossover (Part 3)

“Bitch!” cried Falak when he was told of the incidence. “I don’t want the police to get involved.” “Police investigation is crucial, besides, we have...

Crossover (Part 4)

In a town called Santa Rosa, Mariana was held in an empty house, on the fourth floor, top floor, with empty rooms and dimly lit corridors haunting...

Flash

An Anzala Fahsha Mystery

Gutierrez Cartel

An Anzala Fahsha Mystery

Neptunian

An Anzala Fahsha Mystery

Oleanders

An Anzala Fahsha Mystery

Sparrow's Nest

An Anzala Fahsha Mystery

Sweet Hell (Part 1)

‘When the ships put in, the crew marry; when they intend to leave they divorce their wives.’ wrote Ibn Battuta, the historian traveller from Morocco...

Sweet Hell (Part 2)

“Wake up! Wake up!” his grandmother called, “Nobody sleeps this late. Your lunch is cold.” Ayyea was still dazed. Had lunch and scattered to Women’s...

Sweet Hell (Part 3)

Ayyea’s grandmother arrived to perform some ritual on the girls at Salty Breeze. She stayed at Ayyea’s place called Moonshine and picked in a car...

Sweet Hell (Part 4)

Late afternoon, cloud cover and gloomy in the sky, in tone of pink and grey and no sunlight penetrated through. “My mother wore a brown sari, looking...

The Cameo

An Anzala Fahsha Mystery

The Unmanned Gunner

An Anzala Fahsha Mystery

Train From Minsk

An Anzala Fahsha Mystery

Get In Its Way (Part 1)

Pamela named after the lady boss claimed the strongest boat in the sea, made of hardwood, watertight and with two diesel engines fairly aged, crossed...

Get In Its Way (Part 2)

And Syd, the foreman, brought his family and friends on a week-long picnic to Bathala. The work force hadn’t seen their wives for months. It was like...

Get In Its Way (Part 3)

Capo dropped a bundle of twenty thousand US dollars on Nadal’s desk, “We hire speed transfer too and pay with this money. Some clients booked in...

Get In Its Way (Part 4)

Shaft loitered under the trees outside Lubna’s lodge smoking a cigarette. He got all the guts to enter the house and call her. “I know who stole your...

Get In Its Way (Part 5)

On the fourth day Nadal was taken upstairs and Corporal Valid asked several questions about the theft in Halaveli. He kept scribbling notes. Later...

Get In Its Way (Part 6)

Watchman woke him up at six in the morning, “There’s an urgent call. You’re expected at the reception in thirty minutes.” Nadal asked half asleep, “...

Decoding A Dream (Part 1)

He ran down the narrow dusty lanes, the walls abreast in deep blue. He arrived at the broad road and the tall school gate. The streets were empty and...

Decoding A Dream (Part 2)

Kaola reached east waters at Lonu-ziyaraii-kol, rather known as Varunula Waves to the surfers and the only surfing spot on the island. His friends...

Decoding A Dream (Part 3)

Kaola’s mother belonged to Kashido, an island located at the northern tip of Malé Atoll. She gave birth to her first child in 1970. That daughter...

Decoding A Dream (Part 4)

Kaola captured a couple of good waves on his hybrid with Nasr and Imme. On his toes he was a clever surfer, his legs appeared like pencils, dissolved...

Decoding A Dream (Part 5)

It was late afternoon. Kaola listened to Hishan’s family talking in the lawn with the east wing occupants. Her brother brought a team of guys and...

Decoding A Dream (Part 6)

It rained into the second half of November with scattered showers and directions unpredictable. Kaola climbed the rooftop on an attempt even more...

In Witness Of A Dream (Part 1)

His door was fitted with a tall sheet of textured glass. He could see light outside and make out shapes vaguely. Tuesday afternoon he sat behind his...

In Witness Of A Dream (Part 2)

On the west side of the edifice, lying before the restaurant, blue waters of a swimming pool emerged to his surprise. A low fence painted white...

In Witness Of A Dream (Part 3)

Thirty minutes later they were dressed and rain ceased just on time. Sophie wore a long-sleeved orange shirt, white bell-bottoms and high heel shoes…...

In Witness Of A Dream (Part 4)

Kaola heard the bangs. He was conscious it was him executing them on the door. He opened his eyes buried in the naked flesh of a woman. “Don’t open!...

In Witness Of A Dream (Part 5)

Three days later Kaola came across coquette on the chat in the midnight. “I know you,” he typed. “Tell me,” coquette returned. “Sophie Nadz.” “No.” “...

Mudbath (Part 1)

‘Bottom’ was auctioned in August of 1965 and sold for a wobbling 12,000 dollars. It was a 3 x 1.5 m glass framing with a 3D craft of a coral seabed...

Mudbath (Part 2)

In January of sixty-nine Jennifer showed up in her Jaguar and asked Claude to do six oil paintings. She was very meticulous about getting them right...

Mudbath (Part 3)

July 26 th he arrived at the town of Bethel in Sullivan County, New York, with his wife, Jamie, and his brother, Noel, in their VW Samba minibus...

Mudbath (Part 4)

Two days after the concert they were heading home in the minibus. Claude picked his guitar and tried some chords. After watching Hendrix, he began to...

Mudbath (Part 5)

30 th August, he finally wrapped up his digging at the City Hall in Reno. He found that a painter by the name of Rolf Schneider from Sacramento died...

Mudbath (Part 6)

Noel T Chase, CEO of Jerry Chase Firm, was an important man making millions in a year from garages ranging from automobiles to fibre-glass. He was...