Sunday Photo Fiction: Part 6 – Nineteen-Years Later #amwriting #flashfiction #thriller

Thank you to Alistair Forbes for hosting SPF. 

Ah! My apologies this is so late! I’ve never written any continuous thrillers, it’s hard! 


A Mixed Bag

“Chad, off the medical table and on the floor!” Uncle Sam yelled as gunfire grew closer.

“I don’t know how he found us Sam.” Marrion said. 

“I need to know the truth about my tattoo,” Chad yelled frustrated. 

“Secrets are dangerous Chad. They can expose you, crush you like a flower.” Marrion said, gazing between Chad and Sam.”Chad might be safer if . . .”

Sam squeezed Marrion’s hand, “Please, tell Chad what you know.”

“Tom isn’t dead. He wasn’t undercover; he is and was the enemy, has been for nineteen-years.”

 “My Dad?”

 “Tom isn’t your Dad; Sam’s your Dad, Chad. Sam and Mona had a drunken night after they thought Tom died.” Marrion admitted.

She peered at Sam, “You should’ve told Chad you were his real Dad. Your name is hidden within Chad’s cartoon seal tattoo. You gave Chad the tattoo as a baby to keep track of him and keep him safe. Chad should  also know, you’ve been running from Tom recently, not Garig; Garig is Tom’s lackey.” 

Sam sighed, hands shaking. “I kept it secret because if Tom thinks Chad’s his son, he won’t kill him.” 

I was the reason Tom disappeared. My twin brother almost ended up in military prison, sentenced to death.”Sam said regretfully. “What choice did I have? Tom was a traitor and wasn’t the only one undercover; I was undercover to bring him down.” 

“There’s more Sam,” Marrion said.”Chad’s tattoo has two more codes. Tom added his own code to track Chad along with a trigger code. I had to be careful when I scanned Chad’s tattoo because of the trigger code.” 

“Why?” Sam said afraid.

“Chad is a walking weapon of mass destruction. If anything reads a special encrypted trigger code on his tattoo — Chad explodes. This boat explodes and the water for miles and miles in the ocean will be full of radiation, which will cycle into oceans around the world. There will be great casualties.” 

Chad was about to speak. He felt sick again. 

Then, a stray bullet bit him; he felt a sharp stinging pain.

 A familiar voice shouted loudly, in Russian, as Chad passed-out.


Read Part 5 here


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23 thoughts on “Sunday Photo Fiction: Part 6 – Nineteen-Years Later #amwriting #flashfiction #thriller

  1. rosemawrites August 17, 2016 / 5:42 am

    oh wow. oh wow, Mandi! this is getting more and more complex and exciting!!!

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    • mandibelle16 August 17, 2016 / 6:38 am

      Thanks Rosema. The complex worries me. I was thinking about it as I wrote it. It means the story could go on, but I want to wrap it up in a week or two at most 🙂 Happy you enjoyed 💗

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      • rosemawrites August 17, 2016 / 6:42 am

        complex is fine with me. i believe you can pull this off, splendidly. 😉

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  2. Hemangini August 17, 2016 / 7:29 am

    wow… I need to read the other parts and then part 5!! mysteries .. hehe till I get off from work I am gonna be thinking what the heck is happening? See you soon 🙂

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  3. Joan August 17, 2016 / 7:29 am

    This is NCIS, or something like that Mandi’s way. I love it

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    • mandibelle16 August 17, 2016 / 4:48 pm

      Thank You Joan. I’m really happy you enjoy. And thank you for the wonderful compliment. I do enjoy NCIS from time to time 🙂


  4. Hemangini August 17, 2016 / 7:44 am

    Awesome story!! you can write a novel.. Awesome work Mandibelle 🙂

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  5. Sunday Fiction August 17, 2016 / 2:45 pm

    This is great. Another twist in the story. A huge one too. Don’t worry about being late. It runs from Sunday to Sunday 🙂

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  6. clcouch123 August 18, 2016 / 2:22 am

    Dramatic tension heightens. Reactions, emotional and physical, are fast and thorough. This is moving with excitement, Mandi!

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  7. julespaige August 23, 2016 / 1:13 pm

    Kudos…One way to keep track of things is to have separate pages for each character with their descriptions and relationships. I’ve meant to do that with some of my own stories. I have with a few. But I get caught up in creating new ones rather than continuing the older ones. A good many of those links at the top of my fiction blog are continuing stories… And it gets even more interesting when you alternate writing a story with someone else 😉

    Thanks for stopping by my mash-up. 🙂

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