Author Archives: Lioness Oyinbo

About Lioness Oyinbo

Writing and singing are my two first loves. I am lucky to be doing both. I am a journalist and fiction writer and I'm the first white woman to sign to a Nigerian music label. I'm born blind and I'm also using this blog to educate the world about blindness.

Episode 23. Finale. Mid-summer

Mid-summer June 23rd “Please, sit down on the wooden chairs,” Amund said as he himself went over to the rocking chair. He didn’t appear to be the least senile. “My little cottage,” he said and gave a sigh of satisfaction. … Continue reading

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Episode 22. The trap

The Trap June 22nd. I had been positively surprised when Merete called to ask if she could come over this evening. “I want to discuss the last installment of my article series before I send it to the editor later.” … Continue reading

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Episode 21. Bedside confessions

Bedside confessions June 21st. Sunday afternoon, I went to visit Gerda in hospital after having driven Arlette home. The BBQ had been nice. Markus had shown up and Daniel too. He was tall and handsome with blond air and friendly … Continue reading

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Episode 20. The Lighthouse keeper’s son

The lighthouse keeper’s son June 20th. I was determined to find out what the mid-summer victims had in common. Apart from committing acts that could not be judged by a court. I needed to find the personal connection between the … Continue reading

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Episode 19. Gone

Ambulance sirens woke me around noon the next day. Last night had been long and exhausting. The police came half an hour after we called them. They had told us to stay put where we were. We had only gone … Continue reading

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Episode 18. The Meeting

I was a little nervous. Tonight would be Markus’ and my third date and I had invited him here since Emma claimed she worked late. Although I suspected that she too had a date. But I had just played along. … Continue reading

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Episode 17. The woman behind the fortune teller

The woman behind the fortune teller June 17th “You’re all set for the babies,” I said. We had decided to meet at Merete’s apartment. She didn’t really have to be at work at a certain time and we wanted the … Continue reading

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