The Dragonswan Sisters

Long for Freedom (Dragonswan Sisters) ch 7

The atmosphere of the mansion pressed in on Gretchen, suffocating her in her own home. The staff were heavy-hearted. The girl who had been murdered was a favorite among them, popular for her kindness and generosity. She had only been with the family for a few months, but in that time she had taken her… Continue reading Long for Freedom (Dragonswan Sisters) ch 7

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The Dragonswan Sisters

Long for Freedom (Dragonswan Sisters) ch. 6

It was almost 9 a.m. before the police left the Dragonswan manor. After interviewing everyone in the house, the police reported to Margaret their findings. Most importantly, Peggy was gone. Her room had been ransacked, there were bloodstains from the now shattered glass-top table and every indication she was dragged from the house through the… Continue reading Long for Freedom (Dragonswan Sisters) ch. 6

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The Dragonswan Sisters

Dragonswan Sisters, ch. 5

Margaret awoke from a fleeting dream with a gasp. The bright night filtered into her bedroom like wisps of ominous fog through the gossamer curtains that hung in her bay windows. The green numbers on her digital clock told her that the night had only just begin. She should have been asleep still and for… Continue reading Dragonswan Sisters, ch. 5

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Dragonswan Sisters, ch 4

Under the billowing white tents, Margaret sat listening to the interviews Detective Van Camp conducted with the guests. She found it intriguing how the same event could be related in so many ways with so many variations. Fifteen different people could remember the same event with little details changing from person to person. One man… Continue reading Dragonswan Sisters, ch 4

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Dragonswan Sisters ch. 3

Margaret had just made it to the kitchen when her phone rang. “What is going on?” she asked the security guard who had taken James’ place. “The police are here,” he informed her. “The officer is driving to the front now.” Margaret gave her sister a wrinkled nose. “Did you invite the police?” she asked… Continue reading Dragonswan Sisters ch. 3

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Dragonswan Sisters ch. 2

The fifth floor of the Dragonswan Mansion had been remodeled when the girls had turned seventeen. Their mother’s special needs required the change. A stairway from the ground floor led directly to the fifth and opened into a wide space filled with arts, crafts, books, and many collections of things her mother valued from dolls… Continue reading Dragonswan Sisters ch. 2

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The Dragonswan Sisters

Dragonswan Sisters ch. 1

Margaret’s focus was interrupted by the entrance of the touring group into the large kitchen. While the tour’s route was corded off by red velvet rope from the rest of the kitchen, the voice of the tour guide, Janean, retrained Margaret’s attention from the cookpot of what would be apple butter onto the new arrivals.… Continue reading Dragonswan Sisters ch. 1

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