The Voided Check: Part 31
Post by Onna Carr
Elinor entered the apartment to find no one there, and she headed to the kitchen. All was as usual, save the fridge, which was bare except for one sketch. It was a new sketch of a thatched, vine-covered cottage with bow front windows and a trellised front porch covered with roses. The cottage was in a small hamlet, but water was seen in the distance and a small fishing boat bobbed in its waves. Elinor took the picture in her hands to examine it and found the ten thousand Euro check paper-clipped to the back with a large “Void” written over it in red ink in a decisive hand. She then heard familiar footsteps cross the threshold of the kitchen.
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