Journey from innocence

‘Cockroaches.  You are mine.  All mine.  Nobody is going to help you here.’  The man bellowed in a thick East African accent.  He was wearing the green uniform of a Ugandan guard and stood at the front of the coach, near where he had boarded. ‘Don’t worry princess,’ Rahul said, squeezing his daughters hand and giving her one of those looks that said everything would … Continue reading Journey from innocence

Cupids Revenge

Stop looking for something different in all the normal places.  The thought swirled around in Jake’s head, as it had done on several occasions before, but here he was again. He watched his date struggle through the crowded bar, her slight frame squeezing between heaving bodies.  Jake had forgot football was on, so plans for a quiet drink lay in tatters.  Well, he thought they … Continue reading Cupids Revenge

The White Beast of London

The huge beast reared up on its back legs, growling, claws flailing in the air.  The beast strained at it’s leash, a huge chain clamped around one ankle.  Jim watched the crowd surge backwards then forwards, people jostling for a view, faces caught between amazement and terror.  Not in their wildest dreams had they seen anything like this.  Jim had never seen anything like this. … Continue reading The White Beast of London