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Let's face it... the main reason you're at this site is to read detective stories. Specifically, stories about Arkwood Pond's Favorite Detective. You might go and click around the other stuff, and maybe you're here cause you followed a link to an article you saw posted on some social site, but you probably just wanna read the detective stories (they are, after all, the most popular thing on the site). Well, this page is meant to make it easier for you to find them.
The first installation in the series. This story covers The Detective's search to find the bad guy with the paper bag, and see what he's done. (It's a little bit better than what it sounds. Not much, but a little bit.) The story helps to lay the foundation for the series, introducing to us The Detective, his problems with ADHD, Cheif Geordi, and... well... I probably shouldn't say who else. Just, check it out for yourself and see.
The detective's daydream. It starts with chapter 7 of 'The Bad Guy', and continues on it's own page linked above. It's a little weird, but that's how dreams work, right?
Hint: It's supposed to read like it's poorly translated.
The next story in the Arkwood Pond's Favorite Detective series. I could tell you about it, but I don't think I will. Just click the link up above, read the teaser, and then click the link in the sidebar to read the story. Sorry, but I really can't think of a thing to say that's not a spoiler.
Murder Medicine strikes the town, taking out our dear old Harvy Swollenspepper! Is it truly the just the medicine, or is there something much more sinister going on for Our Favorite Detective Duo to figure out?
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