Category Archives: Mystery

Conference at Night; Monday Flash Fics for October 2, 2017, by Jeff Baker

                                    Conference At Night                                         By Jeff Baker             The mid-afternoon light streaming in through the big windows behind them made the white floors and the minimalist furniture look even brighter, but to Stephen it felt like the middle … Continue reading

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The Lady of the Lake—Monday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker

                                    The Lady of the Lake                                                     By Jeff Baker               “The Lady of the Lake,” Billings murmured.             “What?” Inspector Satz asked.             “Oh, nothing,” Billings said. “That line has been going through my head since we … Continue reading

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Uncork Monday Flash Fic. for March 13, 2017

                                          The Inaugural Wine                                                 By Jeff Baker               “First off, I’m not a private detective, I’m a lawyer.” Musselman said.             “Then why don’t you have a bigger office?” Mr. Wilford asked. “Honest-to God, when I first came … Continue reading

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“The Mystery of Pere Noel,” Monday Flash Fics for Christmas, 2016

(For my Christmas story, I decided to give myself a present—I’d always wanted to write a story about Edgar Allan Poe’s great precursor to Sherlock Holmes, C. Auguste Dupin. While there have been many Holmes pastiches, those of Dupin are few and … Continue reading

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