Surgery gone wrong

It was time to make the incision. Nervous, my new colleague looked to me for assurance. I smiled at him; it was a simple-enough procedure - only a total fool could botch an operation of this nature. In unison, we looked down at the exposed leg of the man lying inert before us. The man... Continue Reading →


A case of sour grapes

“This way, sir,” said the butler, leading me down a lushly carpeted corridor, just as he had done a million times before. He showed me into the study and I sank into one of the deep leather armchairs by the fire. “I’m afraid Mr. Phillip won’t be home for another hour,” he explained apologetically. I... Continue Reading →

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