THE DARK NEST  VOLUME 3

 

THE COUGH

There's no mistaking a cough.

MIRACLE JAM

A jam that changes everything

MOBY DICK

Sarah thinks she has found a beached whale

CHILI

A cautionary tale from the 1920s. The names have been changed to protect the innocent. And the guilty too.

TALES OF THE TRICORN

If the hat fits...

THE GATHERING

An empty landscape becomes full

FRIENDSHIP

An intruder disrupts a cosy

evening at home

ODD

Sometimes a 3-pin plug can have peculiar things at the end of its lead

THE CHRISTMAS TREE

It's not always the Season of Goodwill

THE SINGING
FOREST

A door leads into a vibrant

new world

CAKEWALK

The past is another country

CHILDE'S PLAY

A portrait looks out of the frame

and speaks

THE VOICE

His voice changed overnight

THE LITTLE MACHINES

Not everything runs like clockwork

BETTER THAN
GINSTERS

It's often hard to get pastry right

THERE'S NO PLACE
LIKE HOME

Keeping it in the family

THE PLOUGH

A field, a tractor and a big sky

THE JUNGLE BOOK

Being hairy is not so bad

THE MAGIC BOOKSHOP

A surprising place in Lockdown Street

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