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THE WONDROUS APOTHECARY


Suspense, mystery, art, collaboration, apothecary, alchemist, allegory, symbolism, authoritarianism, creativity, dictatorship, free speech, friendship, holograph, holographic art, love, medical experiments, passion, philosophic, spiritual, trust, vision, painting, conceptual art

Something new! A Tale of art, passion and liberation.  I have a beginning, middle and end of this my seventh novel, but much editing lies ahead. A publication date isn’t set yet. What I really like about posting a chapter on my blog is that I get to dress it up with images. Please keep […]

NIGHT CROSSING ~ A Meeting of Significance.


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  Night Crossing A story by Alexander Wainwright, landscape painter.  #Novels #shortstories #painting #synchronicity Have you ever misjudged someone so utterly and completely that you question your own sanity and senses? You write someone off as a hostile curmudgeon when he or she is actually only painfully shy and in need of a kind word? […]

A CHANCE TO MAKE MY OWN MISTAKES


murder, serial killer, lawyer, attorney, Osgoode Hall, legal thriller, legal suspense, Conduct in Question, The Osgoode Trilogy, novels about lawyers, novels about law, mystery, set in Toronto, Osgoode Hall, money laundering, land assembly, church, abuse of children, theft, fraud, romance, love, divorce

#mysterynovels, #suspensenovels #legalthriller Large [very large] mistakes were made by so many in Conduct in Question! And then there were the smaller ones. Hello, I’m Harry Jenkins, Toronto lawyer. I have a great story to tell you–one many lawyers [not me included] would love to tell over drinks after a long day of corporate mergers […]

Synchronicity and the Mystery of Number Ninety One


#freestories #synchronicity  A Story told by Alexander Wainwright, landscape artist I thought I was in Trafalgar Square, but were these women MacBeth’s witches?           If you’re like me, you may be rather embarrassed to admit a belief in synchronicity. By that I mean the coming together of certain events which hammer […]

CONDUCT in QUESTION, the first in THE OSGOODE TRILOGY


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Prologue: Was it wrong to take a life so young? Such beautiful skin was soft, smooth, and white as cream. He stroked her lustrous brown hair. A nervous smile flitted across her face. He stared into her eyes. She was a university student, filled with the idealism of youth, but her lips and nails were […]

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