Rainbow Snippet: “The Well-Lit Room” by Jeff Baker, April 15, 2022.

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Every week we post six lines of a work of ours, or a recommendation of a work of someone else’s on “Rainbow Snippets,” here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/963484217054974

This week, from something I just wrote and posted as my weekly story on “Friday Flash Fics,” another adventure for my Bi private eye, Andrew Navarro. Check the Author’s Note at the end of the full story and you’ll see it took me a while to finish this story: https://authorjeffbaker.com/2022/04/15/the-well-lit-room-a-much-delayed-friday-flash-fics-by-jeff-baker-april-15-2022/

Most of the time I don’t spend my time peeping through keyholes. Mainly because most people who hire a private eye in the 21st Century like me, Andrew Navarro, don’t have doors with keyholes. In fact the last few clients I’ve had you needed a keycard not a key to open a door.

And most of my cases don’t involve ghosts.

My latest client named (so help me) Eggbert Walton, had offices in a renovated Victorian house, that had originally been built for a wealthy family and I guess had been pretty ritzy and modern in its day. Now it looked like the Addams Family lived there.

That’s it for this week! Wishing you all the best for Passover, Easter and the rest of the days ahead. —–jeff

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2 Responses to Rainbow Snippet: “The Well-Lit Room” by Jeff Baker, April 15, 2022.

  1. janadenardo says:

    I really like his voice.

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