Friday Fictioneers – Partners In Crime

(Author’s note: Have a happy thanksgiving, everyone!)

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© C.E. Ayr

Partners In Crime

by Miles H. Rost

“This isn’t right.”

Phil Markowitz looked back, staring straight into the eyes of his best friend, Elena Katakova.

“What isn’t?”
“All of this. We’re trespassing, and we don’t even know where this door goes.”
“I do.”
“I thought you said you were never here before.”
“I did.”
“So then how…”
“I came from the other end of what lays behind the door.”

Elena scowled, as they moved the chain within the old lion pit at the zoo.

“Elena, get ready to have your socks knocked off.”

He opened the door, and immediately heard a roar. He shut the door.

“Weeeeeeeeeell… maybe not. RUN!”

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14 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers – Partners In Crime

  1. I simply saw Taronga Park Zoo in Sydney. No magical worlds in this brain at the moment. I could see my kids doing something like this on a trip to the zoo.
    xx Rowena

  2. I got a little lost. I’m not sure what was meant when he said he came from the other side if there was a lion or something behind the door. I did like your take on the prompt and thought it was well written.

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