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Do we need more detectives in real life?

Who says there has been a drop in the number of detectives? The Guardian reported on Tuesday 25 June 2019 that the number of detectives in police forces in England and Wales had dropped 28% between 2010/11 and 2017/8. This is based on figures obtained by Freedom of...

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Short Story – The Three-Card Trick

Is The Three-Card Trick part of a novel? No. The Three-card Trick is a short story and stands alone. I am still working on Accounting for Murder: Old Money. I hope to finish it soon, but I want to make it as good a read as possible, rather than publish a poor version....

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More ways to connect with Warrington Alpha

Want to know more about Warrington Alpha? Here's how to connect I wrote recently about Alpha in Warrington  and here's more information to help you connect with us. There's a local website and you can find it on Facebook and Twitter...

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Easter is over, it must be Spring. What now? Try Alpha!

Spring is the time for new things. Did Spring begin at Easter this year? Did it make you think about your faith? If so, what next and where to find out more? I have written before about Alpha and now it is here, whether you read my previous blog or went to the meeting...

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Did I have to deal with sin on my journey to faith?

Sin seems to be a part of the Christian message. Some Christians seem to talk about sin more than they talk about God. They sum up the gospel message as 'Jesus died for our sins'. That is the essence of the message conveyed so very well by the Four Signs and is an...

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Does a fictional or real detective need forensics?

Forensics have become the mainstay of TV detective dramas Many people now think forensics are the first essential of crime investigation. Of course they are important, but are they always paramount, in real-life or fiction? When were forensics invented? I write...

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