When Death Came to Tea by Emma Jochum

Miranda placed two cups and saucers onto the kitchen table. The kettle began to whistle, and she carefully lifted the boiling water off the heat. He would be there any minute; she needed to hurry. While she was waiting for the tealeaves to steep, she found the honey and the sugar, and placed them in … Continue reading When Death Came to Tea by Emma Jochum


The Bell by Emma Jochum

In Dublin, back in the mid-19th century, there was a young man named Thomas Rourke. He was a mild mannered lad of fourteen and the middle child of five. Tommy was a relatively small statured young man of about average intelligence. He was also a very gentle soul and quite naïve, often being on the … Continue reading The Bell by Emma Jochum