Category Archives: Mystery

Who Killed The Mysterious Spy? Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker, September 28, 2018

Lust’s Dominion, and Other Bawdy Stories By Jeff Baker   The fog was so thick Kit worried about stumbling into a tree. “This fog, so thick I can barely…Halt! Identify yourself or feel my steel!” “It is I! Ingrim Frizer!” … Continue reading

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“A Traffic In Dollars,” by Jeff Baker. September entry for the Monthly Flash Fiction Draw Challenge.

NOTE: This month’s Flash Fiction Draw results were a suspense story set at a border crossing involving a bag of money. This reminded me of the old radio show “Suspense,” which put me in mind of the old “Radio Mystery … Continue reading

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July’s Flash Fiction Draw Challenge from Jeff Baker, July 9, 2018.

The Missing Disc Mystery By Jeff Baker     “Take this down,” Detective McNulty said.” “Yessir,” young officer, Cowell said, pulling out a metal box from the back of the squad car. “Tracked suspect through Benford, Missouri. Lost his trail … Continue reading

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Mystery in Missouri by Jeff Baker for Friday Flash Fics. July 6, 2018.

  Like a Thief in the Night By Jeff Baker Note: For purposes of this story, imagine the guy in the picture wearing something a lot less modern and urban. —–j.s.baker   The business at the bank had the whole … Continue reading

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Murder Above the Clouds; May Flash Fiction Draw story by Jeff Baker

May 8, 2018: for ’Nathan Burgoine’s monthly Flash Fiction Draw Challenge. This month’s prompts; a science fiction story involving a dog whistle set “above the clouds.” This put me in mind of a sci-fi riff on “Burke’s Law” I dreamed … Continue reading

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All roads don’t lead to Rome; Flash Fiction Draw story for April 9, 2018 by Jeff Baker.

NOTE: The results of ‘Nathan Burgoine’s Flash Fiction Draw for April were a dirt road (setting), historical fiction (genre), and rat poison (object.) I have another note following the story, but here’s what I came up with;  Murder on the … Continue reading

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Monthly Flash Fiction Challenge for February, 2018 by Jeff Baker (2/11/18)

Note: The three items drawn for this month’s Flash Fiction Draw Challenge (by ‘Nathan Burgoine) were a compass, a soup kitchen and a crime caper. This is what I came up with—-jeff baker. The Way Which Thou Shalt Go By … Continue reading

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