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He left the house and his wife and kids at the dining table, he didnt like doing this. His kids deserve better! He got into his new, shiny car and drove to his work.

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The Unknown The new day was nearly awakening, the sun was rising the smell of fresh grass and the birds singing in the tree tops with the whoosh of leaves blowing all over the lonely street. Then the shrilling, annoying tone of Jack's alarm clock struck half seven am. He and his wife were lying in bed with the duvet off, the fan blowing cold air into the stuffy hot warm weather. Jack and Maria decided to get out of bed, get changed for what they thought was going to be an ordinary day. Joe and Maria strolled down the oak, creaky spiral stairs and into the large open plan kitchen with every application you could ever imagine. As you walked into the kitchen you saw the outside onto the freshly cut garden with every colour plant that you can get. ...read more.

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Maria looked at him and she knew without him saying anything that he had to go into work again. With their situation money was tight and had to spend it sparingly. He left the house and his wife and kids at the dining table, he didn't like doing this. His kids deserve better! He got into his new, shiny car and drove to his work Skyjack forensics, he works on solving problems and doing forensics. He went in and they told them that they had a brake in down town in a jewellers and approximately over two hundred thousand pounds worth was stolen. Jack went to the jeweller's downtown to investigate the incident that had happened. He walked in through the window on the door, as the burglars smashed it in to make there entrance. He walked along the shattering glass, every time he took a step glass crumpled and shattered under his feet. ...read more.

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Jack gulped and took a deep breath, he opened the doors. "SUPRISE!" everyone shouted at once. He had the shock of his life, his heart was pounding and he couldn't catch his breath. There was over fifty people here, the lights was out and all he could see was the small faces appearing as his eye sight got more and more used to the darkness, he turned to the right and there was this great ball of fire. It was his birthday cake, over forty three candles just shinning like a star. The power came on; he was relieved that he could see again. Everyone was coming up to him, giving him gifts and cards. But at the back of the room were two men dressed in black just stood there chatting and looking at people. Jake found this suspicious and told Maria, she had no idea who they were and wondered who invited them? ...read more.

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