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The Borrowed Boat part Seven

Sakura tugged at the back of Bianca’s collar while Taura did her best to hold the witch back. She was furious and completely prepared to challenge Susanoo in spite of the overwhelming power difference. “Bring her back!” Bianca demanded. Susanoo … Continue reading

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The Borrowed Boat Part Six

The tunnel was dark and grimy. Fortunately, Hilde had a torch. And she’d just gotten new batteries for it. It looked like a sewer, but it thankfully didn’t smell like one. It smelled more like a reptile enclosure. Likely from … Continue reading

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The Borrowed Boat Part Five

Sakura flew ahead. Hilde, Bianca and Taura were in Hilde’s car, following. After all, fitting three on Bianca’s broom wasn’t exactly safe or comfortable. Sakura waited for them to park and get out of the car. “We can get into … Continue reading

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The Borrowed Boat part four

Hilde and Bianca managed to get the kappa into their hotel room without being seen. Which wasn’t very difficult with Bianca’s magic. “Anything come to your mind when you hear about a trickster figure?” Hilde asked, looking at her lover. … Continue reading

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The Case of the Borrowed Boat part three

Hilde held on to Bianca’s back. She wasn’t worried about falling any more. She trusted Bianca’s flying skills. As such, she was able to enjoy the view from the broom. She briefly considered letting her hands wander up just a … Continue reading

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The Case of the Borrowed Boat Part Two

Previous Chapter Sakura went right to work. There were a lot of people walking around Geiseltalsee. She just had to find the pair who needed a little fairy push towards each other. She spotted some young men who were arguing … Continue reading

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The Case of the Borrowed Boat: Part one

Hilde woke up to the sound of her phone ringing. She reached over Bianca. “Who calls instead of texting these days?” she muttered. “Hildegard Müller speaking,” she answered. “Detective?” the voice was masculine and sounded quite elderly. “Yes, how can … Continue reading

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Detective Hildegard Case Files- The Shambling Corpses part eight

Hilde found no sign that Bianca had visited Benjamin. Ben didn’t recognise her description and both his children were fine. It was a relief, but she didn’t know what to expect from her. It wasn’t that she didn’t trust Bianca. … Continue reading

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Detective Hildegard Case Files- The Shambling Corpses part seven

Catching the brownie in the act a second time was simple enough. She was using her magic to position Franz’s body so that it looked like he was doing rude things to his own grave stone while other corpses looked … Continue reading

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Detective Hildegard Case Files- The Shambling Corpses part six

Franz Porter’s Journal was filled with dull, tedious speculation about stocks. The man had been obsessive about gathering information on every company he could and using that information to try and predict what would happen with the stock prices in … Continue reading

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