Hello Hello

Crimson’s Creative Challenge #43

“Ello, what’s this then?”

“A hiker found them this morning, Sarge.”

“Missing persons?”

“One, Sarge. Angela Betts. Aged twenty-two. Blonde. Petite.’

The sergeant turned to look at the jackets strung from the gate. And nodded.

“The inspector been told?”

“Not yet, Sarge.”

“And why not?”

“Not in his office.”

“His mobile?”

“No, Sarge.”

“At home? Come on, lad, what is it?”

“His wife is distressed, Sarge.”

“The inspector’s marital problems are none of our concern.”

“Yes, Sarge.”

“So…?”

“He didn’t come home last night, Sarge. Something about running away with a blonde.”


92 words written for Crimson’s Creative Challenge #43

 

 

 

 

About crispina kemp

Spinner of Asaric and Mythic tales
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44 Responses to Hello Hello

  1. LOL! That’s a good one Crispina! 😀 ❤

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  2. Kim Smyth says:

    Very creative! Loved it!

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  3. Dale says:

    Was definitely NOT expecting that!
    Great job!

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  4. Violet Lentz says:

    Well, that just about wraps up the missing persons case. Excellent!

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  5. I think that would call for an automatic suspension of duties. 😉

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  6. MythRider says:

    “The inspector’s marital problems are none of our concern.” Oh yes they are.
    Guess the blond’s not missing after all.
    Cute.

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  7. Looks like the inspector’s plan was successful.

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  8. Ohh .. i have such evil thought about the fate of these two ! a fun one 🙂

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  9. Hmmm, the plot thickens!

    Like

  10. Brian Bixby says:

    “Ha, ha, they’re looking for two missing people. It will take them forever to realize I was wearing a wig and killed the inspector!”

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  11. Lol this one is amazing! I mean I shouldn’t laugh but you see, you wrote it perfectly and it was so great. 😂

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  12. Perfect! I wasn’t expecting that ending! And except for one line, it was all dialogue and that can be hard to pull off. 🙂

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    • I thank you, Sammi. Um, you’ve not seen my first drafts. When writing the big ones, I start with dialogue and a few stage directions. Which is why the second draft can double or quadruple the wordcount.

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