Category Archives: History

The Prudence Of Temperance

This is the sixth part of Death’s Muse. Gwyn visits Kenwick and spends time with the clergy hearing of Temperance. Death’s Muse – 6 – The Prudence Of Temperance

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For A Trail To Find And Follow

This is the fifth part of Death’s Muse. The investigators gather and consider where to go next. Should they see a play or hear a sermon.

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The Scent Of A Trail

This is the fourth part of Death’s Muse. William Shores had possibly been the first to be afflicted and this is investigated by Jacob. The Scent Of A Trail

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Today we start another tale of Bellhamshire. Come Into My Parlour is the tale of a Tattooist who new a little magic and his victim.

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January 26, 2013 · 2:52 pm

Changing Times

The trials and boons of being a modern Vampyre.

Blood Poison the final Part

Another Point of view about John(Jo)

 

 

 

 

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Reunions

Alice suffers a tragedy then there is a reunion.

Blood Poison Part 5

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Fingersmith and Sneaksman

John settles a few scores then takes off for a new life.

Blood Poison Part 4

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Fiat Justitia Ruat Coelum

Let justice be done though the heavens fall.

This tale is about the profitable and dangerous (at least in the Wensel Valley) job of being a Pricker (Witchfinder)

Fiat Justitia Ruat Coelum

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Passchendaele Jay’s return

The further adventures of Jame (Jay) Redfern, vampire. He gains a companion and rage turns to providing purposeful resistance. He eventually return s home to great loss.

Passchendaele part 2

Part One for those who missed it Passchendaele part 1

 

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Passchendaele

This is the story of the Gardner from Griff Manor, who went off to war. There to die yet have more adventures and have a war of his own.

Passchendaele Part 1

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