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Paranoid by Sonia Kilvington

They would lay in wait outside of the shops at the mall in the afternoons. I would catch threatening glimpses of their vivid orange robes as they lingered in shady doorways, waiting for an opportunity to lure me away. I was already on their radar and I’m not sure how I got there. Maybe it was something to do with the weird phone calls; disembodied voices would ask for me using my name, Frank, and then refuse to speak. It felt as though they were trying to bait me, waiting for me to reveal myself to them, through my fear. Continue reading Paranoid by Sonia Kilvington

Cry Baby by Sonia Kilvington

If you get there first, it’s very difficult for a woman to accuse you of stalking. Following women about, that’s for amateurs who haven’t done their homework. If you follow a woman into a café or restaurant, or are seen loitering around her apartment, alarm bells will ring. She will spot you, may confront you or even Continue reading Cry Baby by Sonia Kilvington

Soulmate by Sonia Kilvington

I felt the intense fission of fear as I logged on to check my mail. It was only a matter of time, now, and I knew it. I wondered about the moment everything thing had changed; when I first realised that blackmail had crept into my life, like a thief in the night, stealing my sanity away.

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Perfect Love by Sonia Kilvington

Explanatory Summary of Supplementary Notes for Independent Inquiry on Report 2/XD71H: Deaths: Cause/ Failure of Experiment. Date 26/10/33

Ombudsman Investigator: Professor. D. Clarke, Department of Social Stability.

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Spectral Warning by Sonia Kilvington

As she adjusted her white linen cap and carefully smoothed out the Continue reading Spectral Warning by Sonia Kilvington

Every Move You Make by Sonia Kilvington

“It’s difficult,” she muttered nervously.

“In your own good time,” replied Declan as graciously as he could on a very dull Monday morning, to an equally dull looking client, who was already testing his patience.

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