Friday Fictioneers: Case… unsolved

Writing, the fun kind of writing that let’s your brain breathe in new air, has taken a back seat for a couple of months, well I am letting my brain breathe again with this installment of Friday Fictioneers. As always a “thank you” to Rochelle for her creative leadership of this creative group.

100 Words of flash fiction… here we come!

copyright Gail Marie Stafford
copyright Marie Gail Stafford 

Case… Unsolved


Jim Kane

100 words!

The weekend of speeches and toasts, honors and awards, (“The Knicks game and the Rangers game in Brooklyn were the best,” he said to his wife) was over. Mass had been celebrated and the slight hangover was gone. A final trip, a final day in the office was before him.

As the day drew to an end, he looked out at the window, and deeply thought of one case on his first beat… the murdered young man in Queens… that had never been solved.

A sigh rippled through his soul as he walked out the door for the last time.


20 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers: Case… unsolved

  1. Dear Jim,

    Sandra raises an interesting question. I like to think he’s just musing on his last day and remember a case that was never solved. Either way it works. Well done.



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