Gorodskoy Park in the sunshine. Not the most beautiful park. More concrete than greenery, but well-maintained. A series of paths connected by roundabouts. Along the wider walkways, freshly painted green benches, shaded by overhanging wispy branches. So what was I doing in this nondescript park in the middle of Minsk? Well, that is a longer … Continue reading GORODSKOY PARK


It wasn't fair, Phillips knew, but he had given up any pretence of gentlemanly conduct long ago. Those that played fair ended up dead. He had watched her enter the apartment and check for anything suspicious. She didn't spot the concealed microphones planted behind the light fittings. When he heard the shower turn on, he … Continue reading ALL PART OF THE GAME