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MYSTERIOUS ISLAND (48)

I am taking part in Mondays Finish the Story 01/11/2015, 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 Forty-Seven

https://johnandmargaret1607.wordpress.com/2015/10/27/mysterious-island-47-2/

MI48

© 2015, Barbara W. Beacham

Finish the story begins with:

  “She lived a life that some would describe as being on edge.”
This precipice was such a rewarding place to balance Marg’s life. The sharp edge of some uncomfortable moments was cushioned by the rewards. The adrenaline of the excitement blended so well with the well hidden, well invested funds she had accumulated.
Sam had contacted Marg and they were to meet up with Delphine in London. Sam had produced two counterfeit U.S. five cent coins, that were allegedly minted at a factory in South Kensington. Dr Dickus and his henchmen planned to produce vast amounts of currency to flood the money markets and create worldwide instability. The coins were an exquisite clue to the larger denominations that were in production.
The information extracted from the prisoner in Alaska, led the team to a rundown, neglected industrial site. The plan was to swiftly destroy the counterfeiters, heavily guarded factory and hit Dickus where it would hurt him most. Marg and Sam with ……

To be continued.

(150 WORDS)

Copyright (c) Written by John Yeo ~ All rights reserved

The link below takes you to Part Forty-Seven

https://johnandmargaret1607.wordpress.com/2015/10/27/mysterious-island-47-2/

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7 thoughts on “MYSTERIOUS ISLAND (48)

    • Thanks Ali ~ A certain way to cause mayhem is to make money that bounces on the waters of free-flowing capitalism. Thanks for taking the time to read this and respond. 🙂

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