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**** Update 28 August
*** Update 7 August
** Update 28 July
* Update 18 May
The Willow Pages
Fawnsworthy created and written by M. Mitchell Marmel
with collaborations with, and stories by EOCostello & Walter D.
* "Cenotaph" - Art by SusanDeer *
SACRED TO THE MEMORIES OF
"...after the original at the Stagg Library, formerly St. Anthony's
DIANA STAGG, BELOVED MATE
GRACE, HELEN AND MARGARET STAGG, BELOVED FAWNS
CRUELLY TAKEN FROM THIS LIFE BEFORE THEIR TIME
THEIR FINAL RESTING PLACES KNOWN BUT TO GOD
THIS MEMORIAL INSTALLED IN SORROW, PENITENCE AND REMEMBRANCE
ANNO DOMINI MCMXXXV
From the 'Willow' stories by Mitch Marmell
& the 'Inspector Stagg'
stories by E. O. Costello.
"Original story © (M. Mitchell Marmel). Cenotaph concept,
design and inscription © EOCostello"
(larger file here - 2.2 MBytes)
for the 2010 Ursa Major awards!
(Nominated for 2005 Ursa Major
Allan Minkerton, head of the Minkerton Detective Agency, meets a
ghost from the past...and a legendary operative is born.
*** "The Sows Will
Rise Again" *** ****
Walter D. Reimer
Illustrated by L. Frank
Act 1: Upload 28 July 2010 **
*** Act 2: Upload 7 August 2010 ***
**** Act 3: Upload 28 August 2010 ****
(ending this story sequence)
A brief excerpt from Willow's diary, explaining what she does for
recreation and introducing her latest assignment
"Case of the Giant
Gnat of Sinatra"
M. Mitchell Marmel, E. O. Costello, &
Walter D. Reimer
Illustrated by Seth Triggs
An island adventure when Willow was Les's secretary.
Conclusion: 7 December 2009
"Justice Takes a Hand"
There is a plot afoot against Inspector Stagg. Can Willow put a
to it in time? And how far will she go to do it?
You may wish to read "The Doe Who Isn't There"
in the Inspector Stagg stories, before