FF: Neighbors! #47

Posted: December 8, 2014 in Flash Fiction, Neighbors!
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Lisa went to the board we had set up the day before, adding two prints, one between O-wen’s and fake Bobbi’s columns, the other below fake Bobbi’s mug shot. Pointing to the first print, she let the bomb drop: “We need access to the bone marrow donation database. One of these two received bone marrow, presumably O-wen.”

I was electrified. “Tony, we need a warrant!”

“Consider it done, Jim.”

Lisa now addressed Steve. “Steve, did O-wen have a pet?”

Steve looked ashamed. “I sometimes imagined a Capuchin monkey running around. I wasn’t that sober most of the times.”

“Live it up, Steve. You just confirmed the mug shot’s lab result – there was human and monkey DNA as well as make-up…”

Tony returned. “They’ll keep us in the loop.”

“Excellent. And the second sheet, Lisa?”

“There are only two registered golden Mercedes cabriolets in the US. In Las Vegas, to be precise.”

“Vegas, monkey, make-up. Good grief!”


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/

http://mytrainofthoughtson.wordpress.com/2014/11/11/wild-concept-by-c-s-boyack/

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Comments
  1. janeydoe57 says:

    You enjoy doling out just enough to get us excited and then holding out don’t you? You tease!

    • Karen says:

      This is the curse of a flash fiction series with a guest star (Lisa Burton). Thanks to her, the episodes are published daily. I surprise myself as well; the case will be solved soon – this is all I know…
      There will be a poll afterwards, also regarding the combination of flash fiction and fan fiction.

  2. Reblogged this on Entertaining Stories and commented:
    Neighbors is getting interesting over at In a Small Compass.

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