Category Archives: Fiction

Promises to Keep

Rosalind wants what most of us seem to take for granted: a normal, happy home life. But with an alcoholic, abusive father, her mother has a painful choice before her. She ultimately makes the difficult decision to escape her marriage … Continue reading

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Gerald and Elizabeth

When Gerald Burleigh Brown loses his job due to a frame-up, he has no one to turn to. He returns to London in despair, too devastated even to speak to anyone. Gerald avoids even the shortest of conversations with a … Continue reading

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The Musgraves

Esther Musgrave worries about her family of three daughters. And with good reason. “How strange it was to have three daughters, all completely different! They had all been brought up in the same way with the same background, and in … Continue reading

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Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good

Father Tim is retired. Having returned from his trip to Ireland, he is now feeling restless, a little bored, and useless. “I’m still jet-lagged,” he said. “Jet-lagged? After ten days? Try again, sweetheart.” Little does Father Tim know, that even … Continue reading

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The Headmistress

Mrs. Belton is worried. And she has a lot to worry about. With three children serving in England’s wartime forces, plus a move from their country estate to the village (due to financial strictures), Mrs. Belton has a lot of … Continue reading

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Nine Coaches Waiting

Linda Martin’s life changed dramatically when she lost her parents at a young age and landed in an orphanage in England. Her English father and mostly-French mother had taught her well; she spoke both languages fluently and supported herself taking … Continue reading

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Silver Darlings

Finn is so excited. He is on his first voyage out with a crew of older seasoned fishermen. “The boat was open from stem to stern, without shelter or Berth, but when they had eaten, they did what they could … Continue reading

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