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Fright Train to Londen...


Diary of Doctor J. Watson

For one, long, deathly moment, the entire train fell silent, and in that moment, a hundred horrific thoughts flashed through my brain – what would Lecter do? 905 weitere Wörter

Detective Fiction

very important personaalities.

aal is the german word for eel. so here is a little collection of eel related puns i had in my head and had to get out. 50 weitere Wörter

Conversations on a Train...


From the Diary of Doctor Watson

It was late the following afternoon when we arrived at the little station at Netherly Stratton. Lambton had his man drop us off and we spent a pleasant half hour enjoying tea and scones from the little kiosk. 758 weitere Wörter

Detective Fiction

The Rope Trick...


From the Diary of Doctor Watson

Holmes gave a stifled shriek, his hands flailing as he struggled against his tormentor. Summoning up a burst of energy, I leaped up the final few steps to grasp my companion’s legs, taking some of the strain off his neck. 1.427 weitere Wörter

Detective Fiction

TOP 5 WEDNESDAY: 5 Books For My Hogwarts House

Hello friends! This week’s Top 5 Wednesday, brought to you by Top 5 Wednesday on GoodReads, is ‚Books For Your Hogwarts House‘. My house is Slytherin (which… may have already been obvious), house of ambition, cunning, unfathomable camaraderie, and loyalty so fierce it can become deadly. 1.239 weitere Wörter

To the Tower...


From the Diary of Doctor Watson

Once more fully dressed, the three of us hurried up the stairs to the tower – Holmes out in front, with Mary and I close behind. 753 weitere Wörter

Detective Fiction

will graham and affective empathy

Sometimes Will Graham makes references to children’s rhymes and stories when he is looking at a murder scene- ‘one of these things is not like the other, one of these things just doesn’t belong’ with the human murals and ‚heads, shoulders, knees..’ when faced with Hannibal’s broken heart. 147 weitere Wörter