2. The case of the gates of Tartaros

I am 30 years old, and we are running. Sir Henry Haggard, our household scholar and my mentor, is surprisingly fast. He is 55 and usually library bound, but he sure can run! MacKenzie is right behind him carrying the box we took. Then follows Max, the inventor, and then Cassie and lastly me. IFortsæt læsning “2. The case of the gates of Tartaros”

1. The case of the cursed heiress

I am 30 years old and we are travelling by stagecoach to the Falsingham Estate. We are summoned by the dowager baroness Henrietta Bosby-Falsingham to help her 16 year old granddaughter, who seems to be possessed or haunted or something. There is something wrong with her, something supernatural, so we come. We are: me andFortsæt læsning “1. The case of the cursed heiress”

6. Maithair

This is fantastic! The scenery here is amazing. Everything seems wilder here, the hills more rugged, the people more fierce and the spirits much more alive. And the men wear skirts, which is a novelty. The winds blow colder too, though, and I can’t decide whether to leave before winter or hole up somewhere cozy.Fortsæt læsning “6. Maithair”

3. Moving on and moving up

So, I’m moving on. I waved goodbye to him this morning, as he sailed out on the tide. He won’t be back for a week, and will find the house empty. He may be sorry to find me gone, but I’ve been here six months already. Now my bones are aching for moving on. HowFortsæt læsning “3. Moving on and moving up”

Fiona Blackwell

When we finished with Manon, Robert, Marco etc. we went on to the next generation. For a while I played Gabriel, Manons son, but playing a guy doesn’t suit me very well. Marco’s son Enrique and Robert’s 3. son Jean Luc played besides him (amongst others). I didn’t write any notes to Gabriel. Then weFortsæt læsning “Fiona Blackwell”