"Was the helicopter really necessary, I'm not overly fond of being summond like one of your pets". "It's time for your return, dear brother mine," Mycroft replied in a cool manner. "What assistance could I possibly provide?" asked the man. "Moriarty is back and I can't lose our little brother, not again". Sherrinford Holmes rested his chin upon his steepled fingers, "When do we start?"
I sat up in bed, panting. I was covered in sweat. That was the third nightmare this week. This time, I had been pushed out of a helicopter. That was the mildest death. The others involved decapitation, and being torn to shreds by a foul monster. They're out for me. I know it. Someone out there is coming for me, searching for the real me. How much time did I have left before they came?
photo by @randyolson | words by @neilshea13 — There goes Anatoly, into water so cold even the dog wouldn’t enter. There was a lot of nakedness on that expedition. Mostly centered around make-shift saunas the Russians built, but not always, and saunas couldn’t explain what happened on the last night. There was still a kind of joy in the country then, like the release of a good stretch after a long journey. For years the Soviets had forbidden travel on the plateau, but the geographical society…
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