Policing Downshire in the Noughties – The Body in the Tree

Marty Griffin was a wiry character much like a younger version of the Detective Inspector Tom Adamson for who he worked, but with brown hair.

Tales Of Gallanol : Ch.7 The Battle For Morith (Part 3)

After battle the dead are disposed of, and fewer prisoners are being kept than Gallanolian tradition would have expected. The brutality of the Border War is now affecting the new Civil War.

The Picture Ranch 45

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Policing Downshire in the Noughties – Changing Gardens Revisited

Just after midday DCI Bill Overend walked out of his office into the center of the squad room and called for attention.

Policing Downshire in the Noughties – Changing Gardens, Against the Clock

Detective Constable Jenny Hack, refreshed and eager after a few days off, was keen to complete the missing persons inquiry as she only had two weeks to go before her maternity leave began.

Policing Downshire in the Noughties – Changing Gardens

It was almost the end of March and they had been lucky with the weather and the whole team felt that the Gods had smiled on them. As program makers they always ran the gauntlet, to some degree, where the British weather was concerned.

How to Train Your Dog (Part II)

The kid from the metsickan house across the street told me come play with him today so I went inside to ask her. She told me no and what’s wrong with...

Policing Downshire in the Noughties – Predatory Behavior

Bill had been away from his office, re-centering himself after an altercation with the Admin Officer, Superintendent Halpenny and No sooner had he returned from his sojourn and gotten rid of most of his ill feeling toward Halpenny he was summoned to Chief Superintendent Tiplady’s office.