Shalini’s Escape-Chapter 7

 Justice Served Judge Gaikwad stood to his feet. He may have been grey haired, but he was an imposing tall warrior who knew the tricks of the law. He looked over the men seated around the table. “Am I wrong in what I’ve said gentlemen?” “You’re absolutely right Judge and we’re upset at this unnecessary intrusion. We were shocked to see that DVD you managed … Continue reading Shalini’s Escape-Chapter 7

Shalini’s Escape-Chapter 6

Evil Exposed Shalini could feel Raj Sir’s eyes on her all through the last class. She waited until the rest of the class had rushed out for after school activities and Rajkumar went to the door and peered down the corridors. He nodded his head in the direction of his office and told her to wait five minutes before following. Soon after she entered his … Continue reading Shalini’s Escape-Chapter 6

Shalini’s Escape – Chapter 3

Seeking the Truth Vishnu Pandit Chief Minister pressed the buzzer on his desk and after a few minutes his brother in law and confidant Bhaskar Gaekwad appeared. Bhaskar was his unofficial fix it man who he’d pulled from active police service after winning the election. It paid to keep a relative of his close for protection as there were many seeking information all the way … Continue reading Shalini’s Escape – Chapter 3

Old Southern Ma Brinkworth

  Peggy Sue wiped hands on her apron in irritation and headed from the kitchen to the front door. Why were they so impatient, that was the second time in just seconds they’d hit that button and every time someone did that chimes in the hallway played a monotonous song she found to be annoying. She’d asked her husband Dennis Brinkworth to change the tune … Continue reading Old Southern Ma Brinkworth