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Peter Caunt has been writing seriously for the last twelve years. He has had thirty short stories published, including first prize in the 2010 short story competition organised by the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival. He is currently looking for anyone interested in publishing his first fantasy novel while trying to write the sequel. His website is: http://petercaunt.weebly.com

William held his handkerchief to his face and waited. After five minutes the door opened and the doctor re-emerged. William scanned his face for any information. All he saw was fear.

‘So, is it true?’

‘I don’t know. I’ve never actually seen any cases before.’

‘But you’re the doctor.’ ‘It could be. It probably is. But I can’t be sure.’

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