The same eyes, mouth, figure. The same gestures.

A small scar missing – I could fix that.

She was worth the money to keep me out of jail.

They can’t convict me of murder if they think she’s still alive.

Written for the Weekend Writing Prompt, hosted by SammiScribbles. This week’s prompt was: . Click on the link to read more stories by other writers.

If you’re interested in finding out more about my ‘State Trilogy’ novels, I’m blogging about them all month for April as part of the A-Z Challenge, and you can find all the posts so far HERE.

19 responses to “THE UNCANNY CLONE”

      1. You’re welcome 😇

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    1. Thank you Nadine 🙂

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  1. Now that’s clever! Nice one Ian.

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    1. Thanks Keith – always plan ahead!


  2. Hari Om
    …oooh aaahhhhh…. YAM xx

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  3. Your ability to expose a complex plot in such few words is unrivaled. Always a pleasure to read your posts!

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    1. Thank you Susan, very kind – although 39 words was pushing it a bit! Glad it made sense 🙂

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  4. An entire story in so few words! Perfect plot for a film!

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    1. Thank you so much 🙂

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  5. Intriguing glimpse into a bigger mystery I think.

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