Personally, I’m not a big fan of the CSI TV series. I must be in the minority because it seems they have developed an offering to cover every major city in the U.S. Crime is a glamorous thing, especially when done properly. That probably explains why we don’t have Redneck CSI.
I can just hear the chief investigator exclaiming, “Them four-wheeler tracks was made by a Yamaha Quadra Trak ATV with a Warn winch on the front and draggin’ a string crushed Pabst Blue Ribbon cans. My guess is the bride & groom had just left the wedding reception when the murder occurred. Some of them cans still got backwash in ‘em.”
If you’re new to Friday Flash Fiction, our Charlie’s Angel, who always solves the case is Farrah Marple Wisoff-Fields. If you’d like to participate in this exercise in madness, head over to her blog for step-by-step instructions. To view the FFF Hollywood Squares Authors Block click here.
Fenton, Mo. – A fence-jumper was caught this week at the Friday Flash Fiction capital outside Kansas City. The perpetrator slipped past the first level of security and was almost to the Lavender Room when she tripped over an opened copy of This, That, and Sometimes the Other and became spellbound by the text.
Fictioneers from around the globe are calling Director of Security, W.M.Q. (Who Cut the) Colby for an explanation.
“Fortunately, Madam President wasn’t home at the time,” wheezed Colby. “None of the purple was missing, but we did find chips of violet on the intruder.
“I’ve ordered a full-cavity search.”