FLY WITH ME
This is Tiffany’s story, who receives a call from the police one morning forcing her to deal with a chapter from her past, which she is unhappy to revisit. When she calls her friend Dylan, it’s Mat from New Zealand she ends up talking to.
This is still a WIP, so critique away. It’s set partly in Melbourne, Australia, and in New Zealand.
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[“The evil bastard beat me to unconsciousness.”]
She shook her head.
“We have a file note regarding an incident a few weeks later.”
Dylan placed a hand on her shoulder, calming her with a slight rhythmic back and forward move. Tiffany let out a long breath.
“Not one of the police’s finest moments,” she said, trying hard to convey some humour when she didn’t feel any.
Harris met her gaze, but remained silent.
Closing her eyes, she said, “If it’s all in a file, I suppose it’s not necessary for me to retell the details, is it?”
“Any contact with Thomas after that incident.”
She shook her head. “Thankfully no.”
“Ever talked to anybody about him?”
Her eyes shot open and with a shrug, she replied, “Possibly my brother, but I doubt it. He’s not worth wasting even a second of my life. Hard to believe I’m here because of him.”
“To your knowledge, would your brother have talked to anybody about him?”
“I’d say no for the very same reason. Got him into enough trouble last year.”
Harris nodded. “Miss Cahill. How good is your knowledge with cars?”
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17 thoughts on “Snippet Sunday – FLY WITH ME – 12/03/2017 #romance #love #SnippetSunday #SundayBlogShare”
Is she a suspect?
No, she isn’t, but hopefully she’ll be able to give the police more information.
I really want to know what they’re fishing for.
You should find out next week, PT. 🙂
An interesting interview the police are conducting here…really leaves me curious. Excellent excerpt!
Your comment made my day 🙂 Thank, Veronica!
You are peeling off the details of a bad relationship.
Thanks, Aurora. 🙂
I loved this line: “trying hard to convey some humour when she didn’t feel any”. It beautifully conveys her conflicted emotions.
Aww … another comment lifting my good mood. Thanks Ed! 🙂
Hmm. What are the police looking for?
You’ll find out soon, Elaine 🙂
Nice scene. Great interrogation. I hope she isn’t hiding anything.
No, nothing to hide. We’ll find out more soon. Thanks for stopping by, Jennifer.
I wonder what they are getting at. It doesn’t sounds like she wants anything to do with the guy, good or bad.
No, she doesn’t, she hasn’t good memories of their relationship. Thanks for stopping by, Linda.
Cars, word of mouth… They are definitely asking and looking for something specific, even if they aren’t saying it outright. I wonder what happened.