The second wife

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Hinbird Valley is a peaceful place where most of its residents are wealthy. Tammy Williams has just moved into a circle of six houses with her boyfriend, and all the neighbours seem to be very friendly.

However, one day, Rupert Christen returns after 26 years of been locked up for the murder of his first wife. He has just remarried a woman named Alesha. Alesha is despised by all of her neighbours, and they all have motives to murder her. Everybody hates Rupert, too, because many of the residents remember his first wife.

Then Alesha is murdered, and all of the neighbours instantly point the finger at Rupert as the murderer. All of the evidence also points to Rupert. However, Tammy suspects that there may be something fishy going on, and she then starts to think that Rupert may have been framed for the murder. Although there are many arguments to suggest that Rupert is the murderer, did he really do it?

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The second wife

Submitted: July 20, 2012

Hinbird Valley is a peaceful place where most of its residents are wealthy. Tammy Williams has just moved into a circle of six houses with her boyfriend, and all the neighbours seem to be very friendly.

However, one day, Rupert Christen returns after 26 years of been locked up for the murder of his first wife. He has just remarried a woman named Alesha. Alesha is despised by all of her neighbours, and they all have motives to murder her. Everybody hates Rupert, too, because many of the residents remember his first wife.

Then Alesha is murdered, and all of the neighbours instantly point the finger at Rupert as the murderer. All of the evidence also points to Rupert. However, Tammy suspects that there may be something fishy going on, and she then starts to think that Rupert may have been framed for the murder. Although there are many arguments to suggest that Rupert is the murderer, did he really do it?
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Submitted: July 22, 2012

  Chapter 1 Hinbrid Valley changed very little within those twenty five years. Some of the residents remained there, and all... Read Chapter

Submitted: July 23, 2012

  Chapter 2 After their seemingly dramatic entrance to Hinbrid Valley, Rupert and the woman with him entered their new home.... Read Chapter

Submitted: July 24, 2012

  Chapter 3 The next day, Alesha and Rupert decided to visit a local museum. On their way out to the car, Alesha saw Vera st... Read Chapter

Submitted: July 24, 2012

    Chapter 4 The next night, it was Saturday night, so as usual, everybody in the circle of six houses went out fo... Read Chapter

Submitted: July 25, 2012

  Chapter 5 Alesha and Rupert returned home that night rather early, since there was hardly anyone left in the pub after Ale... Read Chapter

Submitted: July 27, 2012

  Chapter 6 Five minutes after the shot was fired, Tammy decided to crack on with the investigation. She knew that she would... Read Chapter

Submitted: July 28, 2012

  Chapter 7 Next on the list to be interviewed was Vera. To Tammy, Vera was a likely murderer if the murderer was not Rupert... Read Chapter

Submitted: July 29, 2012

  Chapter 8 The very next morning, Anna Barclay was found dead in number 1. Many of the residents were shocked at this, and ... Read Chapter

Submitted: July 30, 2012

  Chapter 9 After a whole night of trying to think things through, Tammy knew that she was getting closer to solving the mur... Read Chapter

The murderer revealed

Submitted: July 31, 2012

Chapter 10 Tammy returned in five minutes to announce the identity of the murderer and to give an explanation of how they murdered bo... Read Chapter

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