Flash Fiction

Whodunit

whodunit

‘Something moved in the shadows.’

The detective’s right eyebrow arches as he leans back; I can tell he doesn’t believe me.

‘There was something… someone else out there that night,’ I plead. ‘We weren’t alone.’

‘Our search hasn’t shown evidence of anyone else but you and Ethan.’

The cell door clangs behind me.

© Sanch V @ Sanch Writes (3 May 2020)

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  • Christine
    7 May 2020 at 5:39 am

    Good choice to use the prompt sentence as dialogue. It meant you could tell your story in present tense, which works really well for a whodunit or crime story.
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  • kathunk
    8 May 2020 at 8:10 am

    My mind is jumping to “When They See Us” when I read this. I can feel the suspect’s desperation. Well written!
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  • Ana
    8 May 2020 at 9:04 am

    I can feel the inmate’s desperation. I love a good whodunnit. I want to now more!

  • Margaret
    8 May 2020 at 9:26 am

    You got me immediately on your MC’s side. Hope there’s an appeal! 😉
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