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A LONELY DEATH – Charles Todd

London, July, 1920 – Chief Inspector Cummins is clearing out his desk in preparation for his retirement.  Ian Rutledge is helping him pack up his books when Cummins begins to talk about his years at Scotland Yard.  He tells Rutledge … Continue reading

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AN IMPARTIAL WITNESS – Charles Todd

“Early Summer, 1917 “The burn victim, swathed in bandages…was frightful to see, his skin still raw and weeping, his eyes his only recognizable feature.  I knew and he knew that in spite of all his doctors could do, it would … Continue reading

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