The Safebreaker’s Daughter (flash fiction)

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The Safebreaker’s Daughter

 

There was a loud insistent knocking on the door. She opened it to find there was a policeman standing there.

“We’re looking for your father!”

“Why? What has he done now?” She asked.

“A safe has been broken into. It looks like his handiwork.”

“I haven’t seen him in a long time.” She replied.

“If you do see him, let us know.” The policeman ordered.

“Okay.”

The policeman left and she closed the door. She picked up the bags full of money she had just left in the hallway, and hid them away. Her father had taught her everything.

 

Joanne Fisher

 

Word count: 99

 

This was written with the prompt The Safebreaker’s Daughter provided by the Carrot Ranch August 29 Flash Fiction Challenge.

 

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©2019 Joanne Fisher.

 

 

 

 

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