Fishing Expedition: Fiction Friday

The Friday Fictioneer challenge: Write a 100-word story based on the photo.
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Photo copyright Dale Rogerson

Photo copyright Dale Rogerson

Fishing Expedition

It wasn’t his only unsolved case, but the one that bothered Andy the most. The car explosion sent debris and body parts everywhere; funerals for the family of three had closed caskets. Andy never gave up looking for that one piece of evidence to connect the crime to the prime suspect.

Now retired, Andy decided he might as well go fishing. It was just a coincidence, he told everyone, that his place of choice was near the crime scene.

Andy tugged on his fishing line; it was caught on something. When he found what the lure had snagged, he smiled.
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10 thoughts on “Fishing Expedition: Fiction Friday

  1. This is a great beginning to a crime novel. Lots of twists and turns are possible from this point. Does he die and another detective takes over? Does he live but finds the evidence doesn’t point where he once thought it would?

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