Fiction

Chapter Eleven

‘Daniel, why do we still have that portrait up?’ Mrs Jenkins asked Mr Jenkins. ‘I have no idea, Linda. I told the men to take it down, along with the others,’ Mr Jenkins responded. He walked to the kitchen counter and poured coffee into his mug. ‘Maybe they forgot to take it down?’ I sat more »

Chapter Nine

‘Father, candles!’ Lord Evans yelled. ‘Everyone stand still!’ Father Jones’s voice boomed around the room. Lady Williams had dropped her candle, but she did not care. She was debating within herself. She loved her son, but there was an evil spirit inside. She could wipe away the tears and turn into an emotionless woman. Life more »

Chapter Six

‘He is just a little boy,’ Lady Williams pleaded. ‘Yes, a boy. The maids have heard you, your butler has seen it with his own eyes,’ Father Jones stated. ‘They are all lying!’ She continued pleading his innocence. ‘They would not lie in front of God. This has to be done. The neighbours cannot have more »