Our friends from Lynchcliffe Park must face tests of love, loyalty and friendship.
This week’s teasers are taken from chapter 1 of The Lynchcliffe Cuckoo Vol 2 The Enemy Within
“I suppose I should start courting again while I still have my looks but no one could take Marcus’ place. Any man I married would always be second best and he would know it.”
Franklin entered the room bearing a tray with tea and toast which he set down on the bedside table. He leaned over and kissed her full on the mouth and she responded wholeheartedly. Her eyes grew wide as she felt a sharp twinge
“Your Mam’s having breakfast.” Franklin said. “And you have to be a very good boy for her today because your Daddy’s going to be very busy with an important job. Can you manage that?”
John Flagg was seated in the small chapel at Lynchcliffe Park. His senior officer, Detective Inspector David Bolton, sat beside him. Flagg fidgeted, clasping and unclasping his hands and crossing his legs.
“Are you alright, Jenkins?” Michael narrowed his eyes. Jenkins looked pasty and had dark circles under the eyes
“Send word to the house and postpone the wedding, man.” Michael said, strained. “He really isn’t well
I will be back next Wednesday with more