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A story with a twist at the end

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A STORY WITH A TWIST AT THE END Tom: Tom was waiting consciously for his wife Mary, and he had prepared a nice meal for both them and it was lying at the dinner table with candles lit. Mary: The door opens and Mary comes in with a police detective (Mary smiles at tom) and this was unusual, because she normally had to hug him when he came in, any way she introduced the detective to Tom. Tom: asks the detective would you like to join us for dinner. Detective: No, I had mine when I was leaving home the night duty at 9:00 am. Tom: All right then, why are you here sir? (Mary looks frightened and worried) Detective: Oh! Yes Mr Tom, I am here to question you about the girl found dead in your office cupboard. She died due to a strong sniffed chemical, but we are trying to find out who was involved and why did they do it? Tom: (looking suspicious and guilty). Sir how did it happen because I haven't been in office for a week or so now? Detective: we found out through forensic science the body had spent they nearly three weeks in your office cupboard. ...read more.

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Tom: No! I hadn't. Detective: We also found tape in the deceased's pocket, (detective speaking politely), would you like to listen to it Mr Tom? Tom: (looking afraid and scared), I will listen to it. Detective: All right then. (Detective a cassette player and plays it and it says) dear Tom I am very sorry that our relationship hasn't lasted for that long, but don't get worried about the holiday tickets you had bought, Me and my new boyfriend are going to you back your money. Thank you for all the good time you showed me during our short-term relationship, from yours sincerely Diana. Mary: Tom let me hope that's not the Diana you came with to introduce her to me two months ago, telling me how good an assistant she was to your in the office. Detective: Was she the Diana you brought to show your wife Mr Tom? Tom:(Looking rather a shamed), yes she was and I am sorry Mary. Detective: Besides all this in her dairy I found out that on the 9th July she would be coming to your office to give your money and the tape because she did not want to speak to you directly. ...read more.

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(Tom gets up rather smiling with an innocent face, looking at Mary). Detective: walks him towards the door, Tom gets out and the detective stands by door and wishes Mary a good life and success in what ever she does. Mary: she puts on jazz music and sits on dinning table thinking a lot and by mid night she goes to bed. Mary: she was preparing break fast in the kitchen and the doorbell rung, she rushes to open it, and there was the detective again. Mary: come in Sir, thank you said the detective. Detective: He sits at the dinning table; can I make a cup of coffee? That will be grateful. Mary: she brings the coffee to the detective; thank you says the detective she then sits besides him. So what did you want to see me about? Detective: I am sorry to tell you that Tom died last night in his prison cell. Mary: of what? Detective: He hanged himself with the bed sheets and by the time the police on duty spotted him he was in a critical condition and died on his arrival to hospital. Mary: Oh! Poor Tom, now is dead for such a silly thing he did, God bless his soul (looking not bothered at all). ...read more.

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