Monthly Archives: January 2015

10. Looking for Martha

Japp hung up and ran back to the forest clearing, relieved to see that there was one fire officer already back on his feet and directing operations. The clear priority was to get everyone without breathing apparatus far enough away … Continue reading

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About the story but not the story

Hi there, I’ve been trying not to blog anything between story chapters as I’d like it to be readable in one go, if that’s what people want to do, but I just wanted to say a few things about the … Continue reading

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9. Japp returns to the forest.

Japp half rolled and half fell out of bed and wondered if he’d ever learn to sleep in the country, although Martha had been scathing when he’d mentioned this. Apparently his B & B didn’t qualify as being really in … Continue reading

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8. Japp and the Smugglers’ Tunnel.

Japp’s feet were telling him very plainly that they disapproved of his footwear, so he told them to shut up and get on with it – they were lucky he wasn’t still wearing his city shoes or they could add … Continue reading

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7. The Strange Burglary.

DI Sarah Bacon was absolutely correct in her prediction that DI Japp’s disappearance was going to cause something of a storm. It felt like the forest clearing was heaving with fellow coppers, all curious to discover just how she had … Continue reading

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