Flash Fiction: Round the clock

Flash Fiction: Round the clock

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D.I Lucy gripped the steering wheel of her car with more force than was necessary. Only a few hours ago, she had rounded off the case of a woman who killed her husband in cold blood with such detail in its planning and execution, that it took D.I Lucy and gang several weeks to come up with admissible evidence for court proceedings.

It felt like she had gotten only a few minutes of sleep, when another call came. And now, here she was, driving across the city and beating the sunrise, in a race to see another display of human’s lack of empathy.

Her phone rang, interrupting her thoughts.
What!”, she screamed into its speaker after pressing the answer key.

Boss, is everything okay?”, the voice asked.

Its all good Fen. Sorry, I’m just pissed that murderers have no regard for sleep time”.


word count: 143. This story is in response to Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers Β photo prompt challenge, hosted by priceless Joy. Thank you for this week’s picture @Pamela S. Canepa

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