Monday, October 11, 2010


Alone for No. 15. Maven knew where to stash his gun.

Next, get off at Rumney Station for her car.

It would be nice to finish the job.

139 Characters
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© 2010 Jimmiehov
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Picture from Susan's blog, Stony River

Check over at Susan's blog, Stony River, for more microfiction Monday! They should read quickly because our requirement is 140 characters or less.
You might like to try this. It's fast, easy, and fun.


This has to be very difficult to do. You do it very well though.

Have a terrific day. Big hug. :)
A fiendish little one that :-)
Nicely done.
Uh oh! Troubles a' coming!!! :O)
You this very well.
Murder on the Orient Express.
Enjoyed this so much!
Oh, great murder mystery for the day! Well done indeed, Jim! Hope you have a great week ahead!

Trains and murder mysteries go so well together -- I love this!
lets hope for Maven's sake the police weren't watching her board the train.
And to think I've always thought Maven was such a nice guy!
We were thinking along somewhat similar lines. I like murder mysteries...good one!
Yes, as Anthony said, fiendish. I like it.

Kay, Alberta
Jim -- I looked at Adi's webpage and I'm impressed. What a wonderful dog.
We think our dog Lindy would be a good therapy dog as she loves people of all ages. She and my husband regularly stop at an old folks' home on their way home from the hospital.
However, she needs to go to a few more obedience classes first. She will come when called, outside, but inside she'll only come if she wants to. If told to stand and stay, she'll sit or lie down.
Just some fine tuning, that's all. LOL
Oops, did I say "hospital"? I was thinking of therapy dogs going to visit in hospitals, but I should have said on their way home from the post office.
Maybe a few obedience classes, or classes of some sort, might be a good idea for me.
-- K
Ooo a mystery...very well done. :) I love a good murder mystery :) Have a great week ahead :)
There is a train that runs out of Ft. Myers, Florida called the "Mystery Train". It is a dinner train ride that goes out over the river and back.
Along with dinner there is a set of actors performing a mystery play from car to car. This MFM reminded me of that. Well done.


ohoho - that's a lot for 139 characters... good job!
Oooh intrigue...I like it!
And doesn't she look so innocent?! It just goes to show you can't judge someone by their appearance. A great take on the picture.

Have a lovely week x
A turn! Will none of us send this poor woman on a fun vacation?
I want you to write more! This is too good a start to stop now! :)
Clever MM! Thanks for your nice comment on my MM this week.

Mystery and intrigue...I like it! Great take.
Of course now I want to yell, "What job!?" :)
Love a little mystery. Terrific :)
Oh! A murder mystery on a train! Where's Hercule Periot?
ha ha! watch out! great plot twist
hmmmm... this is exciting. hope she will not leave a mark for the CSI guys.

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