Cut and dried, they said, a slam dunk: two bodies, two weapons; a knife and a gun, two victims. Who brings a knife to a gunfight? you want to ask. Fingerprints on the knife and gun create complications, though. The knife wielder has no gunshot wounds, the shooter was shot.

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2 thoughts on “Howdunnit?

  1. I’ve written a crime novel, Tito’s Dead and have another in the works. It’s a genre that has always fascinated me and, since you mention Sherlock Holmes, it was Arthur Conan Doyle’s remark, “Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth,” that prompted this story, a 50 word one, full of intrigue, impossibility, improbability and maybe some truth. Thank you for reading and commenting – the post never garnished much attention – 14 likes and now this, the first comment.

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