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Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Tue Apr 12, 2011 3:56 pm

Found it! Well found my first literature thread and renamed it. I decided to attach a few stories to it besides my most recent one. Hopefully no one minds me putting it on Google drive just so I don't splash the thread with all my work and it's easier to find my work.

The price of curse magic (2,753words)
Two girls with the power over magic duel one another out of bitter hatred. One though will pay any price to defeat her.
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8t7MlR ... sp=sharing

Wrestling story (1.070words)
Yes, I wrote a wrestling short-short story, I'm a WWE fan. It doesn't have any actual wrestling, but people find the story clever and well made, so should be worth reading even if you're no a pro-wrestling fan.
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8t7MlR ... sp=sharing

Kurt Fischer the Rugrat (509words)
I actually used this as both a writing exercise and Child care revision. A guy who helps me with my writing told me I had to write 500words and it couldn't be about Fantasy or Wrestling. He recommended Child care, so I went with that. The whole story involves the process of the Child care theorist Kurt Fischer and a little of his counterpart Jean Piaget. I'm hoping people who read this get inspired for their own revision methods.
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8t7MlR ... sp=sharing

Dead Space fan fic (442words)
Also a Dead space fan. Though I haven't finished the third game yet.
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8t7MlR ... sp=sharing

Jokes of Faith
A collection of short stories based around my army that I use for the wargame Infinity, http://infinitythegame.com/ , find out why these guys are the jokes of faith
Cathyrn- Temptation https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8t7MlR ... sp=sharing (2,080words)
Joe- Mice and killers https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8t7MlR ... sp=sharing (2,505words)
Julie - The past comes to haunt https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8t7MlR ... sp=sharing (1,241words)
Michelangelo - surprises https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8t7MlR ... sp=sharing (672words)
William - your not one of them https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8t7MlR ... sp=sharing (1,259words)

Odalisque, novel length story I no longer continue. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8t7Ml ... sp=sharing

A jock with superpower (3,511words)
The first chapter of my superhero novel. I've always wanted to write a superhero story, make my own superhero, but I also always wondered if it was the jock with superpowers.
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8t7MlR ... sp=sharing

I want my skin! (863words)
The story I used for the Halloween competition.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8t7Ml ... sp=sharing

The Last hero returns (9,500words)
The first three chapters of my epic fantasy tale in Greece.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8t7Ml ... sp=sharing

Snafu Parody: Battle in the corridor (1,200words)
Starring me, Sigment and Mad-Mutt in this loony out of control fight.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8t7Ml ... sp=sharing

Dignity and Feminism (18,745words so far)
In a pro-wrestling world, a Diva named Elsandra is thrusted into the main event of UWF and is given the burden as one of it's main attractions. However with this sudden climb comes enemies and burdens. Someone who does not want her so high up in the wrestling world status will do all he can to bring her down and watch her crumble.
https://www.fictionpress.com/s/3186177/ ... d-Feminism

Gretchen, a cultist of the Forgotten bliss (31,136 words so far)
The main character is a girl named Gretchen, born of good soul, strong will and very intelligent. However uneducated, poor, ugly and with no guardian, Gretchen his given perhaps one of the worst society ascribed roles imagined in the human faction known as the Empire.
When one cruel act of fate thought to be blessing ruins any hope of being apart of a real life. She is given no choice but to follow the Dark Prince God known as Slaanesh. Being the God of desires and pleasures, he grants her a higher role in society and it's almost then that everything Gretchen could hope for, respect, satisfaction and happiness.
Pleasure however has no end. As Gretchen feels the sensation achievement, she desires more. Soon a harmless girl who just wanted to be accepted and appreciated... will become a cold-minded psychopath who will perform heinous deeds.... simply to feel.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8t7Ml ... sp=sharing
Last edited by Thy Obsessive Freak on Sun Jul 06, 2014 5:01 pm, edited 27 times in total.
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Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Wed May 29, 2013 9:24 am

Found it! You can delete the other thread now!
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Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Wed May 29, 2013 5:59 pm

PPGD fanfic: All hail Father! (1.061words since 29/5/13)
Another story I decided to start. This time a fanfic for the all so popular Powerpuff girls (No idea how you spell it) by Bleedman. I'm aiming it just to be roughly 20,000-30,000words, nothing big. Either way I just came up with the idea after wanting to write a fanfic for a while. Here obviously is guest starring a good portion of KND or more or less the Powerpuff girls drifting into their world, enjoy.
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Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Thu Jul 18, 2013 4:21 pm

Decided to put up more of my stories even though I don't get that much reaction here.
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Re: WalrusM3's strories

Postby Birdofterror » Thu Jul 18, 2013 6:33 pm

It took me a while to get a response from you as my first responder, no? Have faith. :P
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Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Thu Jul 18, 2013 6:39 pm

Wait, I was your first responder? Thought someone else was.

Anyways it's only on here I seem to get a lack of reaction, that and Fictionpress. But I guess people here are more to talk about drawns and comics. At the same I guess its how I have multiple stories in one thread, probably making them obligated to read them all.
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Postby Birdofterror » Thu Jul 18, 2013 6:44 pm

WalrusM3 wrote:Wait, I was your first responder? Thought someone else was.
Nah, I just went and looked. 9 Posts of me updating my story about 2-7 days in between then you comment.
WalrusM3 wrote:Anyways it's only on here I seem to get a lack of reaction
/shrug

Maybe you need to make a name for yourself here? If they don't know you for your name or your story, they may not feel inclined to read it. Just an observation.
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Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Thu Jul 18, 2013 6:55 pm

True, it is how forums work, just don't give myself time to go on the other parts of the forum. But no big deal really, maybe at somepoint someone will take a gander at my work and have something to say.
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Postby Tuor » Sat Jul 20, 2013 1:52 pm

Pretty much only like 3 people get much reaction here for their stuff. Don't feel badly.
"Suddenly Frodo noticed that a strange-looking weather-beaten man, sitting in the shadows near the wall, was also listening intently to the hobbit-talk. He had a tall tankard in front of him, and was smoking a long-stemmed pipe curiously carved. His legs were stretched out before him, showing high boots of supple leather that fitted him well, but had seen much wear and were now caked with mud. A travel-stained cloak of heavy dark-green cloth was drawn close about him, and in spite of the heat of the room he wore a hood that overshadowed his face; but the gleam of his eyes could be seen as he watched the hobbits."
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Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Sat Jul 20, 2013 5:13 pm

Don't worry, I don't, as I mentioned I do go on other forums where I do get reaction. Just that this place I don't, guess that's because there's a few more stories here than other forums I go on (Which is 2 or 3 by the way, depends if you count the 3rd one) and then FimFiction, but that's hard not to get a reaction there. Again I just wondering why not here. (Though Fiction Press I understand.) Thanks though Tuor.
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Postby Tuor » Sat Jul 20, 2013 5:23 pm

Ya, I'm not really sure, and it bugs me. Most of the stories that get reactions are fanfic
"Suddenly Frodo noticed that a strange-looking weather-beaten man, sitting in the shadows near the wall, was also listening intently to the hobbit-talk. He had a tall tankard in front of him, and was smoking a long-stemmed pipe curiously carved. His legs were stretched out before him, showing high boots of supple leather that fitted him well, but had seen much wear and were now caked with mud. A travel-stained cloak of heavy dark-green cloth was drawn close about him, and in spite of the heat of the room he wore a hood that overshadowed his face; but the gleam of his eyes could be seen as he watched the hobbits."
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Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Sat Jul 20, 2013 5:42 pm

That would make sense due to internet culture does revolve around fanfics and it's something readers can feel more comfortable with (Why bother learning about new characters when you can accept new ones and you know what story to expect). It's why I wrote a small fanfic up there just to test the water, but I actually forgot about it (Good thing I didn't continue writing about it if that's how I felt about it).
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Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Sun Jul 28, 2013 6:55 pm

Apologies to anyone who thinks I'm showboating, but this here is a huge deal to me that I'm just wanting to share this with as many people out of joy!

I recently sent my work to Critiquemynovel.com, why? Well six months ago I sent my work to a different company and the feedback was very awful and very hurtful. Mostly because the reviewer was very evil, claiming I had put no effort into my work and I had 'never' studied storywriting and was such a dick about it. Sorry but I find it rotten to assume a person as if he is a book, especially when you couldn't be anymore wrong. Couldn't believe the company didn't do any punishment when I complained about him.
Focusing and avoid getting personal, I had doubts about my stories ever since. Even though was a professional reviewer before him who had told me 'This book has a story and that is all too rare' and that my characters were so alive, that I didn't need to do anything about them. So yes again focusing, I needed someone to tell me he was wrong and decided to go for another reviewer even though I still had some scars from the last one. Ha! This time was positive! I still had it, I so couldn't believe it, I was so overcome with joy that I still had it. There was some issues, like a lack of tags and work on paragraphs that were valid, but those were the only issues I had with my writing (There were few storytelling problems, but they were minor and could be changed in a flick). My characters were alive, I had a story again and my writing was clear (My writing didn't use to be clear, I felt like a 3yr old trying to tell people stories).
I feel so proud and on fire, that now my egos growing twenty times it sizes and I can rip people up! (Unfortunate for those who write stories!) It's made me overcome any doubts I had in my books and as a writer (I never had doubts when telling people their work was horrible). Man I feel so great at the moment.
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Postby Birdofterror » Sun Jul 28, 2013 10:47 pm

Damn, good on ya.

I'll have to read some of these when I have the time. I almost never have the time anymore, though. :unsure:
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Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Mon Jul 29, 2013 5:18 am

Thanks guys, feels so great to know I've overcome
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Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Wed Oct 09, 2013 7:04 pm

Righty-ho, haven't finished my Halloween entry yet, but I thought I would post up of the comic/manga idea. I thought to post it as a novel draft to test the waters as it does deal with the so very sensitive Sexism. I've met a few assumptions already that this is going to be Boy v Girl, trying to prove which one is better, but there are plenty that understand this is an old fashion fight for equality with Pro-Liberalism theme.
Anyways, I'm doing as POV Game of thrones style as recommended by someone. Feel free to rip into the writing though it's only serving as a draft, again to test the waters of sensitivity.

*

Here I sat watching my brother vex over his work on the table, while I sat holding my doll in the corner of the stone-structure room. He was ready to burst, tears leaked, his face twisted and his hands tugging at his hair. I tried to look away, but his moans and my own guilt couldn’t bear it any longer, I needed to help.

I hurried beside my brother.

“Abigail!” he gasped. “Are you helping me?”

“Yes, Jonathan, now what’s the question, quickly?”

“Um well if there were eight cats, but another five of them entered through the por-.”

I was yanked off my feet by the hair

“What did I tell you!?” boomed my Father’s voice. “You were to keep away from him.”

I heard Jonathan’s cry. “Dad stop!”

He put me back down then shoved my face close to Jonathan’s.

“I told you not to let her near you!”

“D-dad I’m sorry!” murmured Jonathan.

“Oh you are are you!”

“Dad stop!” I pleaded. “It was me.”

I was dragged. I felt like a puppet as my legs dangled and my body was so powerless.

“This is what I get for being nice to you.” He chucked me into my room, a place with no windows or candles or any form of décor, just naked floorboards and a pile of hay with a blanket over it. “But I see you girls are too stupid to understand that and being nice is just pointless as counting the head hair.”

I sniffled, I was scared, but I so hated. I pushed my face off the door and glared at my mean father. “I don’t like being treated this way!” I screamed. “I don’t like being treated like a girl.”

My dad snorted. “Too bad, because you are one. It’s the way you’re made, to be nothing more than a shadow.” He slammed the door and I heard him storm away, towards my brother.

I threw myself against the door and hauled on the handle, but he locked it. I thumped, trying to break it down. “It was me Dad! It was all my fault!”

“I told you to keep away from her!” His voice drowned out mine. “What do you think makes the Brundasia democracy far superior to any other civilisation!?” I could hear by brother’s body tumble across the room. “We keep women under lock and key so that they don’t cause trouble, we don’t listen to them because their stupid. They have their uses in society, but if it wasn’t for that we’d remove them from it.” I heard my Father put down Jonathan. “And in order for you to be a man to carry your generation, you have to learn to do things yourself! Now do your homework!”

“Stop it!” I yelled. I didn’t care what my Father would do to me once he heard me, I couldn’t live this way and I could live underneath this oppression.
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Re: Thy Obsessive freak's stories

Postby Sigment » Wed Oct 09, 2013 7:33 pm

So... to be clear, this is a sort of rough draft of what you were planning for the contest?
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Postby Tenshi Nova » Wed Oct 09, 2013 7:52 pm

I'll check it out when it's done :D
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Postby Sigment » Wed Oct 09, 2013 7:55 pm

Agreed. Looks interesting.

There's a few punctuation errors that I see, but overall it looks like a fun read.
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Re: Thy Obsessive freak's stories

Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:47 pm

No, rough draft for my comic/manga. The work for the competition has been done, but it's still in the draft state.
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Re: Thy Obsessive freak's stories

Postby Sigment » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:51 pm

My opinion remains the same.
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Re: Thy Obsessive freak's stories

Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Thu Oct 10, 2013 6:53 pm

Fair enough, I could do with some examples on what you mean about puncations, I do know what you mean, but I'm not that great at them. I blame the fact that I missed out a lot of school due to stress and haven't done as much work on them, so point out how I'm doing them wrong would be beneficial if you don't mind me requesting Sigment Kurosai.

Anyways time to introduce the second main character. After that I'll introduce the third main character. There maybe more perspectives added, but it mainly focuses on the three that I'm introducing.

*

It was my first night married. My husband, Mason, had retrieved me from the bride's room just as the party and finished and we had walked home together through the cobbled streets, pass marble crafted homes, all protected by the towering wall around our city while under the moon light.

I had to admit he was rather dashing and quite a young for a man to marry, roughly nineteen, three years older than me. But my father had wanted me married to someone to the military and it was rare for a decent unmarried man to be a soldier.

My husband stopped at his house and began searching himself. His face twisted. “Ah that’s right, I asked my brother to lock the door behind him and no doubt he forgot to give them back during the wedding.” He shrugged and then kicked the door. His superhuman strength sent the wooden frame into pieces.

It was amazing seeing the strength of someone who took the Road of power could do. What it was like to drink from the spilled blood of Enochi, the fallen God of guilt and then obtain his power, but what it must’ve felt like as Enochi’s essence wrenched out all your shame that compelled your own self-destruction.

“Wendy,” snapped my husband.

Oh my goodness. “S-sorry, I-I was just-.”

“Ease yourself,” he laughed. “I was just wondering if you were going to stand out here all night or if you were actually going to come in.”

I shuffled inside with my head down, I just hope I hadn’t caused too much trouble. “I-I’ll get din- I mean supper ready, that’s if you-.”

“No need.” He hauled one of the cabinets to replace the door. “Plenty to eat at the party.”

“Of course, um do you wish for me to look around the house to plan for cleaning tomorrow?” It was a pretty big house.

Mason chuckled. “Kind of an odd thing to do on our first wedding night?”

Well it was something that was suggested to me. “Very well, um what would you have me do then?”

Mason waddled his finger and I followed him over into the lounge room. He sat on one of the couches near the fireplace. He patted on the seat and did as instructed, I hoped, sitting next to him. He seemed a little disappointed I didn’t sit closer, but shifted around to face me.

“So, your name is Wendy?”

“What? I mean um yes Wendy Tristar or Wendy Gem as it is now.”

He smiled. “You don’t have to be so formal.” He reached the jug on the counter and poured a cup, he then handed the cup to me! “Here, maybe this will calm you down.”

I wasn’t sure what he was meaning, but I took to cup, was I meant to hand it back to him now?... I reached it out to him.

“Are you not thirsty?” he asked.

“I-I guess.” I returned the cup close to my chest, I realised my heart rate and the sweat on my body. “B-but, what is it that I’m meant to be doing.”

He cocked his head. “Just letting me get to know you.” He came over and put his hand on my knees and then looked straight into my eye, what was he doing? “Let us get to know each other.” He pushed his lips against mine, we were kissing, but it wasn’t like what I expect, none of it was, was this really marriage?
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Re: Thy Obsessive freak's stories

Postby Sigment » Thu Oct 10, 2013 8:07 pm

Thy_Obsessive_Freak wrote:“Um well if there were eight cats, but another five of them entered through the por-.”
The first part could have added punctuation to help indicate hesitation or nervousness. I.e. "Um... well, if the were eight cats"

Thy_Obsessive_Freak wrote:I was yanked off my feet by the hair

Just a little thing, but this is missing a period.

Thy_Obsessive_Freak wrote:“Dad stop!”

A comma would work between the two words, and (as far as I know) is normally used in sentences like that.

Thy_Obsessive_Freak wrote:“D-dad I’m sorry!”

"D-dad, I'm sorry!"

Thy_Obsessive_Freak wrote:“Oh you are are you!”

Italics can easily be used to imply emphasis on a particular word or phrase. "Oh, you are, are you?!"

Thy_Obsessive_Freak wrote:“Dad stop!”

“Dad, stop!”

Thy_Obsessive_Freak wrote:“But I see you girls are too stupid to understand that and being nice is just pointless as counting the head hair.”

“But I see you girls are too stupid to understand that, and being nice is just as pointless as counting the head hair.”

Thy_Obsessive_Freak wrote:“We keep women under lock and key so that they don’t cause trouble. We don’t listen to them because they're stupid.”


Thy_Obsessive_Freak wrote:I didn’t care what my Father would do to me once he heard me. I couldn’t live this way, and I couldn't live underneath this oppression.


There are some other things that I saw in there, but this is what bothered me the most. Try not to take offense at all this. I honestly look forward to more of your work.
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Re: Thy Obsessive freak's stories

Postby Thy Obsessive Freak » Tue Oct 15, 2013 12:34 pm

Okay? Need more help than I thought? But I guess it's a thing of progress. Anyways, dealing with that later, finally putting up my competition entry. Anyone up for some Scottish island Folklore with a twist?!

I want my skin!

I felt haunted as I walked through the corridors and it always was on such a mysterious night as Halloween, but who was I to question?

I found constable Fergus sitting by the interrogation room looking rather haggard.

I grinned. “Boy, girl’s giving you a bit of trouble isn’t she?”

Fergus shook his head and got to his feet. “Well we’ve checked her for drugs and bruises that could be messing with her head, but she still hasn’t made much sense.”

“Have you assessed her to make sure she’s not-?” I spun my finger.

“Perhaps, but we’re needing answers Will. So I’m handing it over to you.”

Well I was a detention officer, so it was my speciality. “Suit yourself, I’ll take all the glory once I crack this case.”

“You mean like you did with that vandal incident?”

“Don’t you bring that up again,” I laughed and stepped into the interrogation room. “Right, now that-.”

I swear I almost choked at what I saw. With fair hair and captivating eyes, the most delicate and lovely thing, but I snapped out of it when I heard her tug at her cuffs.

“L-let me out,” pleaded the girl.

Shaking myself out of it, I pulled out a seat and sat myself down and resting my arms. With a charming smile, I spoke. “Now why honestly would a fair lass like yourself have killed Roger McFinn with your own hands or an axe to be precise and then try to loot his home, when you could’ve probably charmed a person to do it.”

“I-I had to, he wasn’t going to give it back.”

“Give what back?”

“My skin?..”

I laughed. “Does it come off does it?”

“Yes.”

“Aren’t you a riot?” I wasn’t sure if I had to take this case seriously.

The girl didn’t seem to be joking though: her eyes expressed confusion at my laughter, as if there were something wrong with my voice.

“Please, just give me my skin back! I want it back.”

“It’s right on you lass, don’t you see?”

“No it’s not. It’s still in his home. I need it.”

I sighed. “How about telling me about what happened?”

“Why? I just want my skin back.”

“And we want to know what happened so we can understand why you did it.”

“If I do, will you let me go?”

“I’m afraid not. But if you cooperate I’ll see what I can do about this skin.”

“Alright,” she spoke tensely. “I-I had walked out with my herd, out into the beach where we removed our skin so we could dance?”

“Dance?”

“Yes, we love to dance under the moon. While we were dancing however, he took my skin.”

“Ah, I see what you been meaning now.” Who’d have thought Roger was that dirty. “By skin, you meant your clothes.”

“No!” She tried to jump up, but the desk she was cuffed to was bolted to the floor. She pulled her hair as she squealed. “I mean my actual skin! The skin that holds my body!”

“Alright-alright settle down.” I had encountered mentally ill people who were convinced they had lost something that didn’t exist. However this lass acted more like a mother who had lost her child. “Continue the story then.”

The girl sniffed. “Soon as I found out my skin was gone, I tracked it back to his home. I begged for it back, but he wouldn’t give it, not until I married him.”

I furrowed my eyes. Roger was not clever with the ladies, but neither was he stupid or that desperate. “Did this skin really matter that much to you?”

“Of course it mattered it to me! It was my skin! When he wouldn’t give it back, I-I couldn’t control myself! I was desperate to return to my home! To my friends, my family.”

“That’s where you used the axe on him I take it?” The girl lowered her head. “Look I don’t know what this skin is, but were you really not able to return home without it.”

“Yes.”

I had heard enough. Although this girl seemed somehow sane, she obviously wasn’t. “I’ll be leaving you now lassy. I’ll give you a referral to be sent to a mental institute. It’ll save you having to go to a prison.”

“What no! I need to go home!” I walked out. “I need to go home!”

I closed the door behind me. Fergus had been talking to one of the investigating officers, but then turned to me.

“What did you get out of her Will?”

I shrugged, but I needed to give Fergus something. “Closest thing that fits was that Roger stole her clothes, tried to bribe the lass with it and the girl got so infuriated that she chopped the fella up. She then realised what she had done and tried to make herself believe that the clothes was something special so that she could rationalise it.” My conscience ate at me. “But it’s hard to imagine Roger would do something as daft as that.”

“Well Roger seems to be a stranger guy than we thought.”

“What?”

“We searched his house and found a seal skin hidden underneath the floorboards. Who’d have figured he even hunted.”

“Seal skin?”
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