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Crime yet to solve

by tin | Score: 3900

I was just a lonely passerby here! How did I drag myself to solving a murder. What if  this is a sign? Was this the moment I've been waiting for? All these years, stuck with the people to comes to me for advice. Am I making the right decision? Is this career right for me? What if things don't work out? Would I have to quit what I have started? 
Questions keep boggling my mind. I have a murder to solve! This is the universe sending me the que. Go solve that mystery you've been dying to do. 
Maybe because like other people I was lost. I was unsure whether to be crime solver or anything else. I was scared so I settled to float giving advices  to people unsure of their future, that even I myself don't do. 
I acquainted myself with the head of the team. I looked around and was puzzled with the chaos before me. This isn't a quiz. Even a plush dog lay on the floor in a pool of blood. There beside it was a little girl. Just before I could walk close to her we were shaken by a big explosion from the kitchen. 
I started to count down numbers. Brings me back to my days as a clockmaker. Time was everything I had. Understanding I had when I saw a computer. It was in use when rain started to pour outside. 

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Words Reach 50 words
Words Reach 100 words
Letter Use the letter Q
Character A reluctant careers advisor
Event A murder needs to be solved
Prop Include a plush dog
Words Reach 200 words
Event Something explodes
Letter Use the letter U
Character A thinking clockmaker
Event It pours
Prop Include a computer

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