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15 min read stories

Discover a collection of stories which are around 15 minutes read time.

16 min read

Trading Places

* Story contains bad language

An Irish traveller leaves his clan and tries to make it in Dublin.

12 min read

A Ghost

A man is asked to collect some items from a house where the lover of an old acquaintance recently died.

18 min read

An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge

A man stands on a railroad bridge; his wrists are bound with a chord, a rope encircles his neck. This story was adapted into the most popula

15 min read

Gifts to the Dark Gods

* Story contains bad language

She has everything she needs, everything she ever wanted - why would she risk losing it all?

13 min read

A Jug Of Syrup

A compilation of the facts and testimonies of witnesses following the return of a dedicated shop keeper from the dead.

18 min read

The Horn Player: Chapter Seven

A reluctant banker tries horn playing as a substitute for his errant girlfriend.

12 min read

The Way to the Dairy

The tragic story of three sisters who come tantalisingly close to an unexpected inheritance.

18 min read

A Kidnapped Santa Claus

One might think that Santa Claus would have no enemies on all the earth - and for a long time, he didn't ... then the Daemons came along.

12 min read

The Peace of Mowsle Barton

Crefton Lockyer begins to suspect that all is not right in the seemingly peaceful villiage of Mowsle Barton. One word: Witches!

12 min read

A Horseman in the Sky

An incident that takes place during the American civil war begins with a sentry asleep at his post. Neatly examines the personal amongst the

13 min read

The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County

* Story contains bad language

The story of an enterprising gambler who finds some unusual uses for animals.

15 min read

Carveresque

* Story contains bad language

"What happened when all their illusions were stripped away and revealed for what they truly were?"