I am taking part in Mondays Finish the Story 13/07/2015, which is a challenge that provides a photo prompt and the opening sentence to your story. The rules indicate that the story you come up with must be between 100-150 words, not including the given opening sentence.

The link below takes you to Part Thirty-One



© 2015, Barbara W. Beacham

Finish the story begins with:

“Delphine always wanted to pilot her father’s plane and when he forgot his keys on her tenth birthday, she knew that taking off would be easy.”

 The plane taxied along the runway and crashed into the hanger, costing her father thousands of pounds. In spite of this she had never lost her obsession with aircraft and she was now a very accomplished pilot.
The Brigadier introduced Delphine to Marg and her team and outlined his plans for the assault on the Miners Hill complex.
“I have reliable information of a huge stash of bullion and cash secreted here, the proceeds of drug trafficking. The object is to smash the drug factory and capture or kill the Dickus brothers. This will save thousands of young lives from the evils of drug addiction. The rewards for success are huge as the proceeds will be shared in bonuses for all.”
Then from the depths of the Brazilian jungle a wolf howled eerily, breaking the silence of the jungle.
Doctor Dickus was in the complex with his pet American wolverine.

(150 Words)

To be continued..

The link below takes you to Part Thirty-One




Copyright © Written by John Yeo ~ All rights reserved

13 thoughts on “MYSTERIOUS ISLAND (32)

  1. Maybe they will finally take down the Dickus brothers! Cannot wait to see where this goes next John. As always the story continues to be engaging…Thanks for another excellent addition! Be well… ^..^

  2. Great job of connecting the prompt to your ongoing story. I like the way you introduced that Delphine has been obsessed with planes since she was 10 and that her obsession paid off.

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