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EPISODE TWENTY POSTER

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Episode Twenty – ‘Corpses & Corporeality’, Part Eight

     At Reverend Miller’s weekly card party on Thursday my mind was so far from the business of the cards that I actually managed to lose a hand to Mr Duncan without even trying. He puffed and preened over his … Continue reading

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Episode Twenty – ‘Corpses & Corporeality’, Part Seven

     Michael, Emily and I did not loiter long after the debacle in the cellar. The recriminations over the loss of the clues to Captain Crowley’s treasure promised to be lengthy and we had already been away from Mrs Grant’s … Continue reading

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Episode Twenty – ‘Corpses & Corporeality’, Part Six

     It proved to be a tedious wait. Now that the resurrection business was deemed to be safe from competition Sam and Harry went on their way but Tom remained from a mixture of curiosity and a desire to finish … Continue reading

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Episode Twenty – ‘Corpses & Corporeality’, Part Five

     The location for the meeting of the resurrection men was a suitably grim-looking courtyard reached via a narrow alley near Pulteney Bridge. When we first arrived the place appeared empty but as my eyes adjusted to the gloom I … Continue reading

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Episode Twenty – ‘Corpses & Corporeality’, Part Four

My dearest Lucy,                        I was delighted to receive your letter this morning but I am once again so sorry to hear of your continuing troubles. I can well understand how anxious you must be over young William’s health but … Continue reading

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Episode Twenty – ‘Corpses & Corporeality’, Part Three

     By 7pm that evening the fine weather of the last few days had broken and a steady rain was falling, smothering the finer streets of Bath with a thin sheen of greasy mud and turning the poorer roads and … Continue reading

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Episode Twenty – ‘Corpses & Corporeality’, Part Two

                                                     12 Gay Street,                                                       Bath,                                                       1st April 1818 My dearest Lucy,                        I did not expect to find myself writing to you again so soon, before you have even had chance to reply to my last … Continue reading

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Episode Twenty – ‘Corpses & Corporeality’, Part One

                                                      12 Gay Street                                                      Bath,                                                      31st March 1818 My dearest Lucy,                        What a delight it was to receive your letter this morning but I am very sorry to hear that you are not able to join … Continue reading

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Episode Nineteen Poster

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