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A Work of Fiction in 7 Parts: Murder on the Edmonton Express – Part VII

At Last, Mr. Christie! Stepping out from that damn terminal, I walked though these frigging revolving doors eight times.  Eight!  I wound back inside the blasted Terminal.  I needed out or I was going to scream! AAAAARRRRRRGGHHHHHH. All right, I … Continue reading

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A Work of Fiction in 7 Parts: Murder on the Edmonton Express – Part VI

Mr. Christie, You Make Good…. Canada, the Land of opportunities.  The land of plenty where everyone has something to do, and everything paid for by a loving government.  Canada, a land with resources aplenty, enough that you shovel into the dirt … Continue reading

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A Work of Fiction in 7 Parts: Murder on the Edmonton Express – Part V

QUEENIE SAVES THE DAY Yep, you read the title correctly.  Queenie saved my sorry @$$ back there in the airport lounge.  You shoulda seen him.  The little guy was a mix of Elton John, Liberace, Chow Yun-Fat and Bruce Lee. … Continue reading

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A Work of Fiction in 7 Parts: Murder on the Edmonton Express – Part IV

FAST FOOD, SLOW DRINKS & DINOSAURS FOR HIRE  So. There I was. Sitting on the john, reading the latest copy of Reader’s Digest, letting the flatulence out and contemplating the theories of the universe.  I belched, realising there are none. … Continue reading

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A Work of Fiction in 7 Parts: Murder on the Edmonton Express – Part III

THE PHISH, THE FANTOM AND THE ESCARGOT Queenie and I fell asleep aboard TWA flight 666 out of Gatwick Airport   that’s in London, by the way   immediately. I think I felt more than heard the wheels leave the … Continue reading

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A Work of Fiction in 7 Parts: ‘Murder on the Edmonton Express’ – Part II

QUEENIE KONG So I went… …Right into the middle of a TWA hijacking.  Can you tell I was not having a great, wonderful, super day?  The MiB – who called himself Beaker (no idea why) – gave me my tickets atop … Continue reading

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A Work of Fiction in 7 Parts: ‘Murder on the Edmonton Express’

PART I – THE INCREDIBLE PEP-SHI, AGENT FOR HIRE There I was, sitting atop the Tower of London, when this mysterious man, about seven feet tall approached.  He wore nothing but a trench coat, smelled of Napoleon Brandy, and I … Continue reading

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