Murder At St Marmaduke’s #7e

Chapter 7 concludes today. To read the first six chapters, please go to my website: http://www.colin-z-smith.com/masm.html. The rest of chapter 7 can be found in the posts below, and will also be posted to my website soon. Chapter 7 Monday 4th November 1985: 16.20 - 17.15 Section (e) In the Rawlings’ sitting room, Joseph checked … Continue reading Murder At St Marmaduke’s #7e

Murder At St Marmaduke’s #7d

Chapter 7 continues. To read the first six chapters, please go to my website: http://www.colin-z-smith.com/masm.html. The first three parts of chapter 7 can be found below. Chapter 7 Monday 4th November 1985: 16.20 - 17.15 Section (d) Amita Chowdhary wandered away from Jack the Ripper Court, her mind playing over both interviews she’d conducted there. … Continue reading Murder At St Marmaduke’s #7d

Murder At St Marmaduke’s #7c

To read the first six chapters, please go to my website: http://www.colin-z-smith.com/masm.html. To read the first two parts of chapter 7, see the posts below my recent 'Doctor Who' one. Chapter 7 Monday 4th November 1985: 16.20 - 17.15 Section (c) DI Jack Hampshire was fuming, and not only because of the cigarette he had stuck between his … Continue reading Murder At St Marmaduke’s #7c

Murder At St Marmaduke’s #7b

To read the first six chapters, please go to my website: http://www.colin-z-smith.com/masm.html. To read the first part of chapter 7, see the post below this one. Chapter 7 Monday 4th November 1985: 16.20 - 17.15 Section (b) In Father Rawlings’ blacked-out study, Clarissa was performing a lingering striptease. Her blouse was almost undone, the basque … Continue reading Murder At St Marmaduke’s #7b

Murder At St Marmaduke’s #7a

Chapter 7 begins today. To read the first six chapters, please go to my website: http://www.colin-z-smith.com/masm.html. Chapter 7 Monday 4th November 1985: 16.20 - 17.15 Section (a) Darren Chafford was feeding Ringo, his dad’s pet kakariki. Strictly speaking, the bird wasn’t theirs at all; it actually belonged to their elderly next-door neighbour, Owen. However, they’d … Continue reading Murder At St Marmaduke’s #7a

Murder At St Marmaduke’s #6c

As promised, now that NaNoWriMo is finished for another year, the adventures of Joseph Makumbo and friends continue... To catch up on the first five chapters, please go to my website: http://www.colin-z-smith.com/masm.html. For the first two sections of Chapter 6, see the previous posts below. Chapter 6 Monday 4th November 1985: 15.30 - 16.15 Section … Continue reading Murder At St Marmaduke’s #6c

St Marmaduke’s Postscript

Having posted the second section of Murder At St Marmaduke's Chapter 6 below, I'd just like to report that the goings-on at the church will be suspended for the next month as I launch into the annual writefest that is NaNoWriMo. Joseph, Clarissa and friends will be back in December. Till then - thank you … Continue reading St Marmaduke’s Postscript

Murder At St Marmaduke’s #6b

To catch up on the first five chapters, see my website: http://www.colin-z-smith.com/masm.html. For the first section of Chapter 6, see previous post below. Chapter 6 Monday 4th November 1985: 15.30 - 16.15 Section (b) Joseph sat in his one comfy chair in his small living room, trying to blank out the last few hours. The local … Continue reading Murder At St Marmaduke’s #6b

Murder At St Marmaduke’s #6a

To catch up on the first five chapters, see my website: http://www.colin-z-smith.com/masm.html. Chapter 6 Monday 4th November 1985: 15.30 - 16.15 Section (a) Detective Constable Amita Chowdhary kept a wary eye on the door as she laid out pens and notebooks on the Incident Room desks. She’d started in her own corner, noticeably remote from … Continue reading Murder At St Marmaduke’s #6a

Murder At St Marmaduke’s #5d&e

To catch up on the story so far, see my website: http://www.colin-z-smith.com/masm.html for previous chapters, and the other sections of Chapter 5 below. Chapter 5 Monday 4th November 1985: 14.00 - 14.45 Section (d) DCI Charles Meredith swore; loudly, longly and very explicitly. Slamming shut the top drawer of his leftmost filing cabinet, he appended … Continue reading Murder At St Marmaduke’s #5d&e