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The Waters Of Annwen

This is the Seventh  part of Death’s Muse. Briony and Jacob return to Bellhamcester where they see an inspired production. Death’s Muse – 7 – The Waters Of Annwen

Penultimate Chapter

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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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A Figure To Behold

This is the third part of Death’s Muse. Gwyn visits a foundry and investigates Colin Tranter. A Figure To Behold

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Death’s Muse

 

Art Has Its Price

In Bellhamshire the price of artistic inspiration can be more than most can afford. This is a tale of the price of art and Reverant Brown’s machinations.

After many years some began practicing the old ways.

Chapter 1 – Return To The Old Ways

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