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Murder At La Casa De Sangre Grande.

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MURDER AT LA CASA DE SANGRE GRANDE. As she stalked through the dark, misty night, the tempestuous waves pounded onto the shoreline. She dashed over the sandy rock to get away from something or worse yet someone!!! But who or what was it? It was something diabolical, something sinister or with a most devious intent. Suddenly a blood-curdling scream pierced though the cold wintry night air!!! It stabbed through her like a knife, a knife searing through her heart and soul. She shivered as though she was standing naked on an artic glacier, because of the chill that it sent down her spine. She heard someone whispering her name in an almost dream-like manner, a woman's voice, sweet and melodious yet full of malicious intent. The voice was repeating over and over, "Anne, Lady Anne why are you running away from me?" She was almost in a trance like state when a sweaty palm reached out of the darkness and dragged her to the ground. She felt a sharp blow to head and became unconscious. ...read more.


In a few moments Miriam, the head servant, had come running breathlessly into the room. Anne told her to fetch Mister Tom right away. When Anne was again considering shaking the bell till it shook right off (and also the girl' head!!!!), in came Tom, her husband of ten years, coolly and calmly as a cucumber. This behaviour shocked and unnerved Anne quite badly because she had never seen him so cool, calm and collective as in their ten long years of marriage, so much so that she was dumbfounded for a little while until she finally caught herself. " Darling, it's so good to see up again, you do know that you have been unconscious for three days don't you?" he smiled, "are you feeling bett..." "Tom first of all who is this girl and secondly what business about the police?!" "Calm down darling, this is Karen, she is to be your new servant..." "What happened to Agnes, Tom? Where is she? Get Agnes for me now!" Tom then turned his back to her and said, "Agnes is dead." ...read more.


"Wait a minute, what did the police want with me? Get to the point!" "OK, ok!!! The police have come to suspect you as the murderer but it's purely based on circumstantial evidence." "What do you mean by that, it sounds as though you believed I would do anything to hurt poor Agnes?" "All right love, it's ok." Later on in the evening, Anne went back down to the wind-tossed sea that she believed had caused her misfortunes and tat the sea and her husband murdered her. Her husband was just a debt stricken man with a wife that inherited a lot of money. His plan was to get rid of her and her nosy servant and set them up for their own murders. With all the money he gained from her, he could start over his life with his mistress the lovely redhead, Karen. The only hitch in that plan was that Karen saw an opportunity to become a very rich lady for herself and her boyfriend who just happened to be visiting her at the time of the murders and was also an expert wood carver. David Springer, 30/04/07, Page 1 ...read more.

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