Before Holmes Met Watson — 12

By Kitanya Harrison, writing as Harrison Kitteridge

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John awoke in a copse of trees. His limbs were heavy with exhaustion, and it was cold in the shadows of the heavy canopy. He shivered. His clothes were far too thin, and he didn’t recognise them. They were rough and poorly constructed garments of an unfamiliar style. They seemed out of time. Or was he? He was freezing, but his shoulder burned. He touched…

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*squinting in Nanny of the Maroons* | Read my essay collection, DISPOSABLE PEOPLE, DISPOSABLE PLANET: books2read.com/u/mBOYNv | Rep: Deirdre Mullane

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Kitanya Harrison

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*squinting in Nanny of the Maroons* | Read my essay collection, DISPOSABLE PEOPLE, DISPOSABLE PLANET: books2read.com/u/mBOYNv | Rep: Deirdre Mullane

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