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Flash in the Pan

“She was just quiet. You know, contemplative about things and not saying much.” Roger shifted his weight and rubbed the back of his head. “I just don’t get…”

Had he not been on the case, the detective might have been more compassionate. “You don’t get how she could have done this?”

Roger slumped heavily into a straight-back chair. Across the small dining room hung a portrait. The smiling faces seemed a lifetime away. The three girls were in matching dresses. The little boy’s tie matched his sisters’ hair bows. Four sets of matching dimples and twinkling eyes. With a blunted affect, Roger looked at the officer. “What am I going to tell their father?”

“I cannot answer that, sir. From one father to another, I would suggest you be forthcoming about your daughter having killed them quickly. They did not suffer.” Detective Casey turned to walk away before adding, “Much.”

Welcome to "Flash in the Pan"

Welcome to “Flash in the Pan”

February has the highest word limit at 150, and this flash comes in on the money. This week’s word is contemplative. Stop by the FTP page to see who else has already flashed this word.

There is still time to get into this edition of FTP. Click on Flash in the Pan beneath the header to see the whys and wherefores and to see all the talented authors who are contributing so far.

If you have not yet, stop by and read the reviews for the FTP over at RedmundPro. The new FTP just got its first five star review! Drop both books in your cart. You will not be disappointed. The original is still a free ebook.

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While you are in the RedmundPro Free Book Bin, take a moment to read the Café Comics. Web comic Bo Lumpkin of Gatorhead Comics and I’ve Been Thinkin’ has put together a comic collection which is free to download and distribute. You can also read it online.

Happy Flashing!

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What did Roger’s daughter do? Who did she kill? Is she dead also?

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  1. How did I miss this one, how utterly delicious. Gruesome, but nonetheless delicious.
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