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Uncle’s House

A 1,500-word short story

Photo by Meelan Bawjee on Unsplash

I looked at the house and then back to the estate agents notes in my hands. Could this dingy depressing place really be worth £340, 000? That sum of money would make a huge difference to my business. I was doing OK but a cash injection like that would put me on a whole new level. Help pick me up, as Uncle Alfred would say. I walked on to my Uncle’s house just three doors down. His was the end of…




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Patsy Collins

Patsy Collins

Author, gardener, photographer, cake eater and campervanner from the south coast of England.

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