Once upon a time there was a girl who couldn’t stop writing stories. Day and night (before and after her full-time job) she would sit down and write. For a long time, she hid the stories from the world, thinking that they were better off collecting dust on her hard drive – until one day when her fairy godfriend suggested that she should share them with other bookworms.
Taking her advice, the girl started posting the stories on this page. Every fortnight, on the last day of the week, she would upload a story for the rest of the world to see. The stories were based on old fairy and folk tales that she had adapted to fit into a fictive, future world where magic and technology were struggling to coexist. Each story could be read independently, but the best place to start would be A Draining Affair.
And then she lived happily ever after. The end! Nah, just kidding. I’ll be uploading a new story (or part of a story) every other Sunday, so do come back here if you want to read more cases from the SPI (Supernatural Private Investigation) agency’s archives!
This is the first story in the Casey Hamilton Files! Mutilated bodies of missing women are turning up around the city, and the police can’t seem to solve the case. When a young woman, whom Casey was hired to find, turns up dead, Casey is thrown into a cat and mouse game with a supernatural serial killer. […]
Have you met Casey yet? If not, you might want to start with A Draining Affair which is the first story featuring our female protagonist. The below story can be read as a standalone, but you would get much more of the background story if you read about Casey’s Night Club Case first.
This story is set in the Casey Hamilton world. It can be read as a standalone, but if you want the whole background story, I recommend that you start with A Draining Affair followed by Trouble in China Town. This story follows Ying – not Casey – on her latest case.