Tag Archives: Thriller

Crossing the Line

Antonio winced as my knife scratched a thin line into the table. His forehead dripping with sweat, he pleaded, “I’m sorry Don Silvestro, it was a mistake.” “I too am sorry, Antonio” I spoke in a low, gravely voice, “but … Continue reading

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A Haunting We Will Go

One minute we were watching a moment together, and the very next minute, he was gone. I don’t even remember closing my eyes, but closed they had been, or I would have known when he had disappeared, or who had … Continue reading

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The Accident

I looked up at my cottage in dread. PHOTO PROMPT © Karen Rawson When I had left last evening to get dinner from the market 30 kilometers away, I had not known that I would be involved in a car … Continue reading

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To Kill a Dinosaur

“EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!” I heard my wife before I could see her. Her scream was filled with raw, unadulterated terror, which was surprising, to say the least, for just like me, she too was a T-Rex, an apex predator. My heart filled … Continue reading

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Waylaid Warrior – #AtoZChallenge #BlogchatterA2Z

They had me cornered at the edge of the cliff. PHOTO PROMPT © Jan Wayne Fields Cowards, attacking me when I was injured, and almost dying of hunger and thirst. Time was when they would shiver in fright upon coming … Continue reading

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Come Undone – #AtoZChallenge #BlogchatterA2Z

Lord Davenport picked up the painting and looked at it against the light. “You know, Mr. Stewart,” he said to the artist in a dubious tone “I still don’t get it.” “Art has to be felt,” Graham Stewart replied with … Continue reading

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Right Here Waiting – #AtoZChallenge #BlogchatterA2Z

These catacombs beneath the city had been our home for generations. Photo prompt courtesy Sue Vincent Away from the eyes of the world, we took birth here, lived here, and died here. There were miles and miles of tunnels, so … Continue reading

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