Bradley Wynne


A miscellany of words and stories from the Way-Back-When and the Come-What-May.


a.k.a. that Bloomsbury Girl



Last Sunday Afternoon at Lucy'sLucy Tsong has struggled to respect her treasonous father. Now his fellow consiprators demand she replace him. 

Genres: Literary fiction/thriller. 80,000 words (trilogy: 258,000 words).



From my cell, I have been an eyewitness and more. I have heard my friends confess quietly to their god for squandered lives and then, spent of remorse and with little to offer their heathen Inquisitors, die in grace but unrepentant. I have visions of my bloodied friends mingling around the gates of heaven with nothing left to say.