Murder At St Marmaduke’s #12

To read the first eleven chapters, please go to my St Marmaduke's page. Chapter 12 Monday 4th November 1985: 18.28 - 18.30 Ernie Bulstrode followed Dawson into Diamond Crescent, then turned a sharp left through the first garden gate he came to. Not because he didn’t want his constable to maybe turn round at the … Continue reading Murder At St Marmaduke’s #12

Murder At St Marmaduke’s #10

To read the first nine chapters, please click here. Chapter 10Monday 4th November 1985: 18.28 - 18.30Clarissa Rawlings’ heart thudded as she raced up the pathway and into Hettie Foster’s bungalow.She couldn’t believe the state of the front door. It looked as though a herd of elephants had stampeded through. In size twenty-six hobnailed boots.I … Continue reading Murder At St Marmaduke’s #10

Murder At St Marmaduke’s #9d

To read the first eight chapters, please click here. For the first three sections of chapter nine, please see my related blog posts #9a, #9b and #9c. Chapter 9 Monday 4th November 1985: 18.05 - 18.30 Section (d) Hettie Foster tutted as she drew her curtains against the night outside. The darkness wasn’t the reason … Continue reading Murder At St Marmaduke’s #9d

Murder At St Marmaduke’s #9b

To read the first eight chapters, please click here. For the first section of chapter nine, please see the post below this one. Chapter 9 Monday 4th November 1985: 18.05 - 18.30 Section (b) ‘Still see ’er, Dazza?’ ‘Yeah, Dad. She’s jus' crossin’ the road. I’ll wait for ’er to get to the other side, … Continue reading Murder At St Marmaduke’s #9b