At A Dead End

Murder in Danger Bay BannerPreviously:

Millie has just stepped out of the shower and put her robe on, a towel wrapped around her head.  She turned towards the mirror and screamed at what she saw in the reflection.

“Hello Millie, did you miss me?”  Hans’ voice sounded flat and cold.

Millie gathered her composure and turned to face Hans.  “Why of course I missed you brother dear. Glad you are out of prison.”

Hans sneered, “Yes I just bet you are.”

With that Hans shot Millie point-blank in the middle of the forehead.  She died with a very surprised look on her face as she fell backwards on to her granite counter top.

Hans smiled, turned and walked back the way he had come in shutting the door on this chapter of his life. 

He walked back to his car and drove out of Danger Bay without anyone seeing him.

Season 10—Chapter 1—A Murder in Danger Bay—Episode 3:

Chris was still feeling the effects of their latest adventure in time travel.  No matter how tired she was she needed to go and make sure the animals and PawZ were doing well.   Not that she had anything to worry about; Doctor James Red Cloud was an excellent veterinarian.  PawZ had grown so much they had taken on a second veterinarian.  Her name was Sandra Peterson.  She had just moved to Danger Bay from Duluth.  Chris was hoping to get to know her better.  When she and James had interviewed her, the story she told was horrific.

She found James in with a new litter of puppies that had been rescued.  “They seem to be doing well,” remarked Chris. 

Doctors Shouse and Red Cloud at PawZ

She found James in with a new litter of puppies

“Yes, they are,” agreed James.  “Good to see you back, So much excitement around here with the murder and all.”

The murder!  She had forgotten all about the murder!  “Who was it James?” 

“Millie Gamboge and there seems to be no leads at all as to who might have done this.”

“Well Millie has made many enemies through the years, I am sure the suspect list is long.” replied Chris “According to Wyatt he is at a dead-end.”

James shook his head.  “Murder is not an everyday occurrence around these parts, very unsettling.” 

Chris had to agree this just did not happen in Danger Bay!

To be continued…

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About Chris Shouse

Blogger and Internet Marketer. I live in the middle of the Mojave Desert. Love helping people obtain freedom in their lives. Both personal and financial .
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2 Responses to At A Dead End

  1. Sarah Cooper says:

    Puppies! 😀 Puppies distract me, too. 🙂

    Like

  2. Chris Shouse says:

    The puppies are so cute! 🙂

    Like

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