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Category Archives: Lost Victorian Novels.
Returning to the loft to squint up the chimney at the old penguin nest, irritatingly just beyond my reach, my eye alighted upon the bag full of lost Victorian novels that I had bought from the antique dealer in town. … Continue reading
Murgatroyd Trabant, nail polisher to the cognoscenti. James Witterinton QC sat in the manicurist’s chair a little uneasily. There was just something about the place that he couldn’t quite put his elegantly groomed fingernail upon. He looked around. The floor … Continue reading
The coal skipper. The sleet slanted sideways upon the upturned visage, begrimed as was its wont, of the hapless coal skip, peering up from the pile of coal in the cellar and skipping for all he was worth, which was, … Continue reading
A Virgin No More. The totality of this unseemly farrago has been expunged by the Board Apropos Dainty Deeds (Domestic Division) Documentary Disassembly; Delicate Substitution. The unsuitable, largely biographical, novelette that was committed in ink upon these pages prior to … Continue reading
Quack the Quipper. Through the wet clinging fog down a cobbled side street, sounds the flatly flapping flop of small flat feet and a slight panting. Another handful of rain sprinkles the rustling satin skirt. A muttered curse. “Oh it … Continue reading
My Life as a Cat. Once more the potion fell from my paw as the change o’er came me. I glanced behind me to witness the tail rushing outward from my trouser leg. Clawing frantically at the offending garment … Continue reading