Twilight of the Gods (1) by Ganesh Suntharalingam
Carrying his cumbersome package, Stephen walked cautiously down the crooked, feeble path, often forced to check his pace and peer at the already dim ground as he threaded his way past the bracken encroaching on the damp track.
The Cranes are Flying (2) by Patrick Otte
"I trust," said Stephen, "that Captain Aubrey has some valid reason for rousing me out of my bed at this evil hour."
"I couldn't say, sir." The boy stopped at the foot of the ladder to let Stephen go on. "He only asked me to fetch you up as quick as possible."
Godspeed My Love (3) by Warren Godfrey
As Stephen returned the pierced iron box with Sir Joseph's letter to its place beneath his hammock, his hand brushed the traveling case of that whimsical item Killick called the "article". At length he drew it out, positioning the purser's dip so that it gleamed from the dark wood surfaces and the curiously worked hinges, each polished against all need or reason by the ever-present Killick.
Boats That Pass in the Night by Jay Reay
Changing Watch by Bill Nyden
Measures by Warren Godfrey
Memento Mori by J. Holland
Of Course, of Course, of Coarse by Susan Wenger
The Ox-eyed Lady by Anon
Speed and Steam in the Twilight by Jay Reay
Street of Dreams by Jim Trent
An Unrecorded Canonical Interlude by Bruce Trinque
What the Gunner Said by The Horrible Old Leopards
A Winning Idea by Buck Brinson