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‘Murder In Little Shendon’ By A.H. Richardson

MURDER IN LITTLE SHENDON‘ by A.H. (Angela) Richardson

Cover Image Of 'Murder In Little Shendon' By A.H. (Angela) RichardsonChapter One – ‘A Killing In The Bygone Era’

Bartholomew Fynche leaned over his desk, adjusted his pince-nez and peered down at the document on his desk. He gave a series of grunts, which culminated in a long “Hmmm”.

He scratched a brief note on the pad in front of him. He always used a pen and ink because he did not approve of ballpoint pens and regarded them as signs of an uncivilized society.

Mr. Fynche turned his attention to the small jade horse in front of him, running his fingers over it gently, almost lovingly. He frowned, took a deep breath, and removed a key from around his neck. He unlocked a drawer to his desk, placed the small statue inside and carefully locked it again.

He glanced at the French Ormolu clock on the wall before consulting his watch, and pursed his lips together in annoyance. He didn’t like people who were not punctual. Time was money, and his time was particularly precious.

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