Friday Fictioneers “An Enigma” – Humorous PG

Rochelle brings us Friday Fictioneers – 1 Pic for Prompt – 100 words to write with – Mine is below; the rest are >HERE< Enjoy!!!

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“An Enigma”

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 Words

Detective Joel looked at the area of the wreck. Thousands of small plastic balls, short dowel rods, tiny dice, petite cups, slips of paper, bits of string, and other assorted items were scattered all around the area. The overturned truck nearby read “Olsen’s Novelties.” His cell phone rang.

“Yes, Chief.”

“Well, how’s it going?”

“Well, Sir. Just have a few things to work out.”

Here it comes…

“Well, out with it, Son. You said in your initial report that this one would be a tough one. Something about a thousand puzzles to solve.”

Oh how he loved his work, sometimes…




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