“Woof woof!” “What is it, Princess?” We’d just gotten our daily cinnamon scones from Homa’s Bakery next door. What could she possibly be worrying about? Princess was still pulling harshly on the leash; she was trying to show me something. … Continue reading The Sweet Book Vandal by Charlie F
December 7th, 1894 Dearest Diary, Who knew that winter could be so beautiful. Well, if you include Ruth staring out the window over snowy Liverpool, sipping her chai tea pleasantly. Oops, did I write that? Well, I can’t … Continue reading The Mysterious Masquerade Murders by Julia B.
The mansion was huge, big enough to have a legitimate name. There it was, the same name that had been in the news countless times, Bahay Callum, carved in the stone walls, spotlessly clean. Turning to my partner with a … Continue reading The Callum Case by Bella S.
The man sat down across the woman dressed in the familiar monochrome grey. He gave her a once-over, and at one point her eyes met his. They held each other’s gaze for a moment. Then she shifted in her seat, … Continue reading The Gentleman by Ivy Zhang