Hats and upgrades

Walt thrummed his fingers on his workbench as he watched the newsfeed on BBC International. Susannah Fontaine-Williams, tanned and relaxed, watched from a bar at Athens International, while Macallan and wife, back on the Greek mainland, drove back to Alethia's ancestral home. It came as no surprise to any of them that the bodies of a man and a woman were found … Continue reading Hats and upgrades

The 8:00 PM ferry

Is my life better or worse since the bag, SFW mused, watching the docked Gambit recede from the stern of the ferry. She opened her handbag and gazed into its blackness wondering what happened to all the things she put inside that disappeared then reappeared. Walt gazed back, unseen, still stunned by what he'd seen from the … Continue reading The 8:00 PM ferry

Lovin’ the Ruins

"Because Delos was sacred, as the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis, no births or deaths occured here. The sick were not permitted entry, nor were pregnant women. That island,” Tassos pointed to Reinia, "the sick went there to die and that is where the women gave birth." "Didn't thousands of people live here? What happened … Continue reading Lovin’ the Ruins