If like me you aren’t too keen on deliberate misspellings, like Krispy Kreme and other things of similar ilk, then I’m sure the title of this post will be making you quiver, or kwiver, with outrage!
However, if you have managed to get this far without clicking on the delete button I would like to share with you some words of wisdom
A Venturesome spirit will connect with a sapient mind.
You can quote me on that.
Many thanks to the following prompt words:
I started writing a murder mystery some time ago, we are almost at the end now. This is the next instalment.
If you want to read this story from the beginning click on this link:
A strange turn of events
They were all standing in the room where a young man had apparently committed suicide and confessed to Murder.
Lady Audrey Patterson was still taking everything in. The boy was named Christopher Copeland and he had been a friend of her nephews, they both worked together in the Foreign Office. He had also been on friendly terms with Claudia Halifax, even though she was very much his elder. She had been found strangled nearly two weeks before. It looked like he had confessed to her Murder, but why did he do it? Did he also murder Elsie? Was he seeing both of them at the same time? Something felt wrong about this. He didn’t seem the type at all. Yes, he might be emotionally strained enough to commit murder, or suicide, she saw that much when she’d visited him the day before yesterday. He had been overcome with emotion and couldn’t stop crying. Did that drive him to this confession? No, this did not add up at all. He was not the type of boy to form attachments to two women at the same time, she was sure of that.
Sir Alfred was holding her arm in a supportive manner he said: “Everything’s going to be all right, my dear, don’t worry.”
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