Diamonds For Ever
Photo prompt © J Hardy Carroll
Even thirty years of imprisonment did not diminish his lust for the diamonds.
He was convicted for murder and not for robbery. The police could never recover the diamonds. Only Frank knew where the diamonds were hidden. And he had killed Frank but had foolishly left behind a clue. He was caught and convicted.
As he entered the desolate and dilapidated building he was accosted by a young man.
‘You think diamonds are still here?’
He could not believe his ears, ‘How does this man know?’
He stared hard at the young man and was stunned; he was staring at Frank.
A post for FridayFictioneers
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