Love is Blind ch10Basil x OCMore Like This
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AN: I’m sorry for taking so long to update. I had some issues writing this chapter but it’s finally done. Enjoy don’t forget to review.
Sarah had never felt her father act this way before. It was as if he was scared of something or that something terrible would happen. Whenever Basils name was mentioned during the evening Sarah could hear her father draw a quick breath. It might have gone unnoticed among his friends but Sarah noticed it almost immediately. Being blind helped Sarah develop a better sense of hearing, touch, taste and smell.
‘F-father is everything alright?’ Sarah asked sounding a bit concerned.
‘I’m alright dear, nothing to worry about’ Henry replied his daughter.
‘Has this got anything to do with Basil of Baker street?’ Sarah asked nervously.
‘Don’t mention that name in my presence’ Henr
The Case of the Outwitted Detective, Chapter VIMore Like This
THE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE: THE CASE OF THE OUTWITTED DETECTIVE
Chapter VI: "Passed Pawn"
Dramatised by Diane N. Tran
"Do not turn around, gentlemen! I have a revolver pointed at you both!"
And there I stood, with my hands hovered above my head, unable to draw a breath, at a complete loss as to what to do, and I was forced to stare at the arrow-pierced portrait of St. Sebastian upon the gaudy wall.
However, it was Basil who spoke first: "I know that voice. It's Deason, the valet."
"Very good, Mr. Basil. Deduce that all on your own?"
"Well, Deason," said I, a little huffed, "you need not brandish your weapon at us. Your master has not been harmed."
"I'm not in the least interested in that bloody codger, Doctor! If the old man was dead, I would be utterly delighted!"
The Great Mouse Reporter ~ Chapter 47Lone Woof sat in a cell with his other council members, awaiting his fate. He knew that if he wasn't adopted by a human at the end of the week, he would be euthanized. That was the fate of dogs that made it into the city pound. And if you weren't a cute young puppy the chances of you being adopted was slim at best. He heaved a sigh, sitting down in the cell, before hearing a small pitter patter of footsteps coming down the hallway. His ears perked up, and he saw Nellie Brie, followed by a very tall mouse who was covered up in a hooded buckskin cloak. He at once knew who it was.More Like This
"Wulisso? And Nellie?"
"Indeed, it's us," she said.
"Many greetings, Lone Woof," said Chief Wulisso.
"You're above the surface," he remarked.
"The Upper-Worlders know too much. My tribe is moving. But I thank you for the years you kept us a secret. Now I wish to repay your kindness."
"You're here to bust us free?"
"Yes we are," said Nellie, "Trust me, I would have done this sooner if I'd known what had happened.