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Fire by L C Tyler

London, 1666, and the city is burning. As efforts to contain the fire fail, and most Londoners flee, John Grey, lawyer and sometime-spy heads towards the conflagration, only to stumble across a dead body. 359 more words

Historical Mysteries

John Grey

ON MY OWN

you have to be a liar
to join the liars’ club

and a thief to be admitted
into the den of thieves… 147 more words

A Friar Prevails on Father Grandier by John Grey

Confession is the best result
for all and while you’re at it, why not

reveal the names of your accomplices i.e.
aside from Satan, Beelzebub and Asteroth. 163 more words

Horror

Superior Product - A Poem by John Grey

Superior Product 

An advertising sign blares
against a backdrop of blue sky and scattered clouds,

drawing the attention of both women and men,
now suddenly convinced there is a far… 169 more words

All Poems

Episode 303: All Debts Paid

Oooh, you guys, this episode was SO GOOD! But first, in Outlander news…

Podcasts for Season 3 are now available and I listened to the podcasts for episodes 301 and 302. 1,886 more words

Film of the Week: The Freshman

Before Jean-Paul Belmondo’s iconic role as the Bogart-esque swaggering Michele, there was Harold Lloyd as Harold Lamb, another man who found cinema to be a world that corresponded with his desires. 170 more words

Film Of The Week

Prevailing Conditions

by John Grey

I went out with the millet and the corn.

I said to them that if metal was good enough
for my mother then it’s good enough for me. 181 more words

Poetry