KIDNAPPED

This is in response to a challenge by Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers ..Week 2/25/15

This will be a continuing mini series:

Chapter 1   Permalink: https://luckyjc007.com/2015/03/17/pact/

Chapter 2   Kidnapped

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Thank you Vanessa Rodriquez for the nice photo prompt.

KIDNAPPED

         Garnet and Damon were walking down the hill when someone told them to turn around.  They turned around and were held at gunpoint.  They recognized two men from the militia group; Crazy Eddie and Cross-Eyed Jack.

          Crazy Eddie ordered them to get in the white van parked on the side of the road. He told them they were not getting away with killing Mr. Marshall.

          Garnet told him Mr. Marshall caused his own death.  He came charging towards them with a pole expecting them to stand still like they had to do during training.  However, that time they stepped aside just as he approached them.  He crashed through the plate glass window and fell to his death.

          Garnet and Damon gave each other the “eyeball signal“, then as fast as a speeding bullet, Garnet kicked Crazy Eddie in the head at the same time Damon kicked Cross-Eyed Jack in the head.

          Garnet and Damon escaped before Crazy Eddie recovered the gun he dropped.

(Words..166)

Copyright © Written by Jessie Cross~All rights reserved.

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7 thoughts on “KIDNAPPED

  1. I love this continuation and I am so glad you decided to do a part two. It all fits in perfectly how other members of the militia group are now after their boss’ killers. I really enjoyed this 🙂

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  2. Well continued from last week, Jessie. Garnet and Damon are ceratinly kids who know how to take care of themselves. Surprising what a military training can do! Now they’re running again – so I imagine Part 3 will come next week? It’ll be fun finding out what else these two get up to. 🙂

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  3. Thank you. I have a few thoughts about it now but I would like see how well I am able to tie it in with the photo prompt. There is always the challenge of conveying my thoughts completely, but with fewer words. However, it provides practice of having less rambling going on, and just get to the heart of the situation and don’t disappoint the reader. 📄

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  4. Jessie, I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you how happy I am that you are a part of the FFfAW Weekly Challenge writers’ group. I love reading your stories and you bring a wonderful ingredient to the writing mix. I hope you will continue participating and I look forward to reading your future stories. ((Hugs)) PJ

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