Of All the Gin Joints #FridayFictioneers

Of All the Gin Joints

“Bloody hell Edwards, where are you?”
The literary terrorist had escaped her capture and the plot hole was beyond repair without him. In a drastic twist, she conjured up a copper.
“When was the last time you saw the subject?” the constable asked.
“Chapter 13, but he always comes back by 17.”
“Do you recall anything suspicious?”
“Now that you ask, yes, he was wearing a fez.”
“A boozer, eh?”
“Quite the contrary. You Sir are in a Victorian romance and Mr. Edwards is never in his cups.”
“So you say but I’ll still check all the gin joints in all the world?”

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For more back alley musings and flash fiction visit our hostess at Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. She’ll allow you 100 words to complete your investigation.

This is a stand alone piece but if you’re curious about Mr. Edward the novel time traveler and literary terrorist, here’s a few of his adventures.

Exit The Page
Exit The Scoundrel
A Novel Romance

28 thoughts on “Of All the Gin Joints #FridayFictioneers

  1. As if writing a novel wasn’t hard enough without that dastardly Mr Edwards causing mischief all over the place 🙂

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  2. Clever, witty and enormous fun! Delightful.

    My hair-raising tale

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  3. So glad he’s back…or almost, if he can be found.

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  4. Seems I recall one of Mr. Edwards previous adventures. Literary terrorist is a tough job. Fortunately, no one has ever labeled my writing as being “literary” even though some of my stories have been known to bomb.

    It didn’t realize until today (I’m a little slow) that you had another blog. The recipes sound delicious. 🙂

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  5. Love the quote from Casablanca… I guess in the end you have to “round up the usual suspects”

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  6. This is delightful with its “plot holes” “coppers” “Chapter 13, but he always comes back by 17.” Thanks for the afternoon smile.

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  7. Dear Tracey,

    i’m not sure what to do about Mr. Edwards. There’s simply no controlling him. 😉 Fun romp through the back alleys and gin joints.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  8. I agree with the others, it was a fun little romp. As I’m sure you know, it’s never lucky to have someone disappear in Chapter 13… Anyway, here’s looking at you, kid.

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  9. Oh wonderful, Mr. Edwards is back! He can stand on his own, and is always great fun.

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  10. I do not think I had met Mr Edwards before, now I am wondering what his tipple is. Looks like I will have to read up on him. 🙂

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  11. That Mr. Edwards is just full of trouble, isn’t he? And a mystery, too, I think. A delightful read, Tracey.

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  12. Wonderful. Mr Edwards is a great character.

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