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.
“Hey, look everyone! Casey is back!” I stepped into the office to the sound of cheers and standing ovations. No other proof was needed – the world had gone crazy. There was no other explanation. I had been gone for one week, and now the entire office had gone mad. “Jeez, guys. You make it […]
Another door was slammed in my face. At least these people had actually opened it in the first place. I had been walking around China Town for two hours and no one was talking – not to me anyway. The morning had turned into afternoon, and the hot sun was burning my face and neck. […]
After spending about half an hour looking for a parking spot, I managed to get one close to where I was heading. Off a busy high street in the city centre, down an equally busy side street, was the place I was looking for. Squeezed in between a barber shop and a fried chicken place, […]
Even though the freak heat wave was suffocating everyone with its hot, humid air, the day still seemed to be very short. By the time I had made it to the edge of the forest, dragging all the supplies I needed with me, the sun had already started to sink beneath the horizon. Not wanting […]
Completely taken by surprise, I scrambled after her but stopped at the door. Should I wake everyone up and tell them I needed access to their house because I had just seen a killer ghost go through their door? They might believe me, but chances were that they wouldn’t. With adrenaline pumping through my body, […]
Eyeing it warily, I slowly walked closer. The ghost waited patiently for me to approach her. “Good evening.” She bowed to me. “I believe you have something that belongs to me. Please give it back, and I will disappear.” Her voice sounded insubstantial like the wind. “So you can come back and kill more people? […]
Unlocking the door, I stared at my unwanted guest. “How the hell did you get in here?” Aidrian smiled. “I picked the lock.” I frowned and got into the car. “Why?” “Because I didn’t want to stand outside and wait for you.” “How did you know I was here?” He nodded towards my chest. “You’re […]