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A witness


She bore witness to his murder, a mute observer. Half wanting to stop her from killing the man who was once the love of her life, half-rejoicing, for she was finally free. 90 more words

Fiction & Poetry

Mother Hen

‘Ello dearie be ye looking for me? By the hearth I’m found, come over – let Elsie have a looksie. My eyes are old but my tongue is still sharp, so wipe off that smug smile, it be wider than a harp. 329 more words


May the Corrupt Communist Murderess Rot in Hell Real Soon!!

Her continued Corruption and Criminal actions just go to show just how DESPERATE she is to win! I pray to God everyday, that God puts her in jail and makes her pay for all of her CRIMES real soon, along with Obama! 72 more words


Review: Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye

Reader, I murdered him.
A Gothic retelling of Jane Eyre.

Like the heroine of the novel she adores, Jane Steele suffers cruelly at the hands of her aunt and schoolmaster.

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Deadly dressmaker on the loose (Rousse)

There was a deadly dressmaker on the loose and I was in big trouble.

This was not because I was a likely victim. Rather, in the past I had been seen running the cycle paths of Leith with the notorious murderess. 16 more words