The Little Dog – a tale of good and evil and retribution.
An adult, speculative, spiritual and philosophical tale of good and evil and retribution, which contains a hint of the supernatural. One for those who like to think about what they are reading.
Two foresters find a little dog sitting beside the forest haul-road way out in a remote part of the forest. What is the little dog doing there? As the narrator, a young Bill, tries to ascertain who is his unsavoury workmate, the little dog disappears. Then suddenly events take an unexpected turn and our young naive Bill starts to learn some awful truths.
(Warning to sensitive readers; this tales does contain a tiny bit of bad language and references to sex)
Leslie Garland was born in 1949, qualified as a Chartered Civil Engineer and worked for several years on projects in the UK, the Far East and Africa. During this period he won the Institution of Civil Engineers “Miller Prize” for a paper on tunnelling. Changing times resulted in a change in direction and after qualifying as an Associate Member of both the British Institute of Professional Photography and the Royal Photographic Society he started his own stock photograph library and wrote for the trade press. An unexpected break in his Internet connection fortuitously presented the time to make a start on a long cherished project of a series of novella length stories, and the first story of “The Red Grouse Tales”, was drafted. Three more tales have followed and he is now working on a second batch of tales. He lives with his wife in Northumberland, England. More information on Leslie Garland’s website https://411.tifmember.com/
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