Monthly Archives: April 2017

The reckoning

Welcome to chapter 24 of my humanistic and unapologetically Europhile novel Christobel. In 2015, things are coming to a fateful judicial conclusion for Chris and his fellow-accused . . . If you would like to begin reading Christobel from the … Continue reading

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Judgement nears

Chapter 23 of my searing, thought-provoking novel Christobel. Back in 1915, it’s day two of the military tribunal and the tension mounts as judgement approaches . . . If you would like to begin reading Christobel at the beginning, please go … Continue reading

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Anticipating the reckoning

Chapter 22 of Christobel, back in present-day Germany. The trial of Chris and his fellow-defendents is in full swing. He has no idea what the outcome, the verdict, will be, but he isn’t  optimistic . . . If you would like … Continue reading

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Rough justice

Chapter 21 of Christobel. 1915. The trial begins of our heroine and her fellow-subversives. The likelihood of a fair hearing seems very slim though . . . If you would like to begin reading Christobel from the beginning, please go to … Continue reading

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Trial and tribulations

Chapter 20 of my novel Christobel, set back in 2015 with day two of Chris’s trial. His prospects still seem bleak . . . If you would like to begin reading from the beginning, please go to the post Angels … Continue reading

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Bad to worse

Chapter 19 of my anti-war, pro-European novel Christobel. Things are going from bad to worse in Brussels and Christobel and Henri are in increasing danger . . . If you would like to begin reading from the beginning, please go … Continue reading

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