The Mudfold and Cockeren Feud-part 3, by Tallis Steelyard

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

The third and final part of Tallis Steelyard’s explosive revelations…

Part One and Part Two can be found by clicking the links.

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The Mudfold and Cockeren Feud

Part Three

As I have intimated before, Mesdames Mudfold and Cockeren were at daggers drawn over various matters. Indeed I’ve described the situation as a feud and I don’t think many who found themselves caught up in the unhappy circumstances would disagree with me.

So far, matters had managed to resolve themselves with no harm being inflicted upon persons of import or good taste. But this happy situation was inevitably going to change.

To a certain extent I think some of the blame for this can be laid on the broad shoulders of Mister Cockeren. Old Bluffer Cockeren was a cheerful, happy-go-lucky chap; casual, easy come-easy go, happy to stand anybody a drink. Fine qualities indeed, although perhaps not what you’d expect in…

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3 thoughts on “The Mudfold and Cockeren Feud-part 3, by Tallis Steelyard

  1. Sue Vincent December 25, 2015 at 9:59 am Reply

    🙂

    • jwebster2 December 25, 2015 at 10:38 am Reply

      Glad you liked it Sue. Have a good Christmas 🙂

      • Sue Vincent December 25, 2015 at 10:45 am

        Loved it, Jim 🙂 Happy Christmas 🙂

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