The Unusual Suspects – Episode 7

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EPISODE SEVEN:: It was five days before we were able to assemble the suspects. I must claim credit for the deception that accomplished this. We sent invitations to each of the people who had shared […]

The Unusual Suspects – Episode 6

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EPISODE SIX:: “Cannot Lt Kelso simply go to the newspaper himself and recount what he saw at the meeting?” I asked. Trumper explained why he could not. Two nights earlier, just after he had delivered […]

The Unusual Suspects – Episode 5

January 1, 2000 0

EPISODE FIVE:: With the evidence in his hands, Kelso had found himself on the horns of a dilemma. To whom could he report the conspiracy he had unearthed? Both the military and the police had […]

The Unusual Suspects – Episode 4

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EPISODE FOUR:: “Victor, leave him alone.” It was Miss Franklin. Trumper’s fist froze. I managed to gasp through his grip on my throat: “Do you mean to say, Miss Franklin, that Victor Trumper is your […]

The Unusual Suspects – Episode 3

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EPISODE THREE:: It was with a sense of defeat that I waited for Miss Franklin at our agreed rendezvous in Robertson’s book store in George Street, aimlessly flipping through The Sydney Morning Herald. It seemed […]

The Unusual Suspects – Episode 2

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EPISODE TWO:: Before I began accusing important people of a base deed, I sought to establish that there could be no other explanation for the letter’s disappearance. I guided Miss Franklin out of the arcade […]

The Unusual Suspects – Episode 11

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THE STORY SO FAR: It’s New Year’s Day, 1901. Our narrator, Charles Bennett, and his friends Victor Trumper and Stella (Miles) Franklin have learnt of a plot to destroy Federation by assassinating a top politician, […]

The Unusual Suspects – Episode 10

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EPISODE TEN:: Bruce’s tale made the hairs on the back of my neck crawl. After a carriage ride of about 20 minutes from the railway, he and his companion had disembarked. He had been staggering, […]

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