FF: Neighbors! #42

Posted: December 3, 2014 in Flash Fiction, Neighbors!
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I was handling some administrative stuff before the meeting. The door opened and – for the second time within weeks – you could have heard a needle drop inside the station. Detective Lisa Burton had entered without a fuss, just stood there, scanning the gaping staff. Clad in black leather, a checkered blouse, blonde mane and sunglasses on top were quite a site. I got up and hurried to greet her.

“Welcome, detective – you’re heaven-sent!”

Lisa nodded. “Thanks a lot, Sheriff Burrell. Glad to be of help.”

I asked her to follow me to the conference room. I introduced her to Tony, John’s assistant and Steve.

“Tony focuses on computing and analysis; Steve was the direct neighbor of our main suspect, his trailer blew up – presumably to destroy possible evidence; John’s assistant, a forensic analyst needs to cover other cases. She’ll show you all evidence, later.”

Lisa listened with gusto.


Dear readers,

Lisa is the main character in C. S. Boyack’s ‘Wild Concept’. She’s a robot who helps Craig Boyack around the writing cabin these days.

To learn more about versatile author Craig, awesome automation Lisa Burton and the writing cabin, please check out his blog “Entertaining Stories” and my review on ‘Wild Concept’:

https://coldhandboyack.wordpress.com/

Review:  Wild Concept

 

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Comments
  1. sknicholls says:

    What fun, you two…or should I say, you three.

  2. Reblogged this on Entertaining Stories and commented:
    Hey everyone! Lisa’s on the job over at In a Small Compass. Please follow her further antics, and let Karen know you stopped by.

  3. Lisa sounds very stylish today. I’ll re-blog this later. I want my promotion to stay on top for a few hours more.

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