Have a Cup on Me part 3 #halloween #shortstory #microfiction

“We won’t have any women in our town soon” the police chief yelled as he “lost it” the next morning. “This guy isn’t consistent. He strangles some and poisons others.” “Maybe we have a tag along murderer.” The homicide detective conjectured. “What?” “Maybe this is two murderers not one.” “We can’t handle two murderers! This […]

Have a Cup on Me part 2 #halloween #microfiction

The journalists had laughed at the first note “Death will reign come Halloween Night.” No one laughed,  when the first reports got phoned in. All seemed to be the same cause- a lethal poison. All the victims were attractive women. The Times got a new note: “More Each Day.” No one, at the paper, noticed […]

The Grand Finale #flashfiction #saturdaycentus

It had been the longest playing off broadway show she had starred in.  The show had a bit of everything romance, intrigue,  deception and murder “This will be our last performance” the stage manager said to the cast wiping his face with his sleeve. It’s been a good run one of the leads said nervously peering over […]

…Another Day in Paradise #3wordweek

“Another day in paradise” the Guamanian radio announcer stated cheerfully  as the radio alarm went off seemingly in her head. “I have to stop guzzling those Mai Tais until 2.”  She tried to shake her head free of the fog. “What’s with the coconut shells?” she said in a voice too loud for the hangover […]

Killer Headlines – beginning of my short #amwriting

LOCAL CREW UNCOVERS HUMAN SKULL The headlines not only drew my attention but sent chills and a sense of foreboding into the recesses of my mind; for some reason this murder felt personal. “Authorities revealed that the skull belongs to a San Francisco man who has been missing for 3 years. His family and his […]

Why did he leave ??? #FlashFiction

She opened her eyes that morning all traces of him were gone… “Why?????” she thought that the relationship was moving forward to a commitment Three years  later she read : “Human Skull discovered in local irrigation ditch.” The headline went on to state that  a dog unearthed the skull A tear fell from her eye… […]

The Bowie Knife Mystery (Part One)

“You found what?”  Stewart said to the young man working the loading dock. “A 10 or 12 inch bowie-knife wedged in the sidewall of your rear tire, Sir.” He held back the profanity that was creeping to the surface. Stewart stomped off to his late-model, pearl white Lexus. “I didn’t need this today.” “A doozy […]

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