Time to go

    He felt the firm pressure of the chief minder’s hand in the small of his back. The four men behind him formed a semicircle which filled the full width of the dimly lit tunnel. He took a deep breath and pulled himself up to his full height and started to walk slowly down … Continue reading Time to go

Clara’s Coffee – Chapter 6

The monthly Sunday lunch at the Fernway’s had always been popular amongst a group of Clara’s shareholders. In days’ past, these occasions had been far bigger affairs, including children and grand-children and, in summer months, had spilled out onto the lawns, with the inevitable, impromptu games of cricket and croquet. Today’s occasion was a far … Continue reading Clara’s Coffee – Chapter 6