Eileen Moore — a.k.a. “The Wave”.
She glided in under cover of darkness, set to powerwash the compound — not to flush them out, but dissolve them.
Presence detection at full power; eighty-three targets acquired.
She was a machine — quiet, efficient. Within half an hour nobody was left; eighty-three people were vapor, including their outspoken “Captain” Tommy Marshall —
washed away, as it were.
This was her job: safeguarding. . .
Agent Moore proceeded,
without an answer.
This flash fiction in 75 words was crafted for the M3 blog’s Flash in the Pan
- Missed in History: Disappearance at Flannan Isles (blogs.howstuffworks.com)
That first line really held the most punch for me. I loved how when she glided she “set to powerwash the compound.” Perfect! Look forward to reading more! -Alena S.Y., paperback-marmalade.me
I’m glad you enjoyed it, I look forward to providing more reading enjoyment. Thanks, Alena!
Power washing. I need Eileen to do a few jobs for me. *wicked grins*
Well now I don’t want you potentially incriminating yourself on my site! 😀
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