Saved By Music

Rafael was looking out of the window as he and Luis sped through northern Extremadura and were approaching the flat lands of old Castille. Spain

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Gladys Trinket

Gladys was lying on her death bed. A misplaced footfall descending the stairs at home and she’d tumbled down, almost in slow motion, and come

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The Plaster Caster

“I‘m quite turned on by sexy feet, actually,” said Marco as the second beers arrived and four middle aged German tourists at the next table

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The Terror Of Vertigo

  It’s summer and I’m on the Camino de Santiago along the northern coast of Spain. I’m approaching a half a kilometre long road bridge

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As You Wish, Sir Timothy

Sir Timothy Randolph stood up and followed the other illustrious ladies and gentlemen along the corridors of power into the Japanese investment bank’s main meeting

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Last Train Home

Claire was tired, mentally and physically, But especially emotionally. She’d been working to deadlines for the past few months, as one project morphed into another,

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He’s Got It All

  The two young undergraduates were on the veranda of the Café de Paris, view of the Mediterranean glittering in the morning sun before them.

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Andalucía In A Day

  It’s 1 September and I’ve been a serious cyclist since the beginning of the year. A serious cyclist, though always up for a laugh.

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Non – Defining Caroline

Marco asked Tony why he called his colleague Non-Defining Caroline. “You know what a non-defining relative clause is, where additional information is added to the

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