By Neel Anil Panicker

Ever since Stella’s death, he had taken to the sea with a vengeance. However, unlike the sun, sand and surf seekers who descended on Kovalam beach, Paulose preferred the peripheries__ the near secluded far off jagged corners that had long fallen off tourist maps, where boats didn’t stray into, and where the air was sans the edifying aroma that wafted around, emanating as it were from the ubiquitous king size beach side tavas in which stirred and deep fried ‘Southern Special’ delicacies such as Smoked Chilli Chicken and Crab Finnito.

The last one his wife loved.

Something he now hated.

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100 Word Wednesday: Week 69

100 Word Wednesday: Week 69

5 thoughts on “neelwrites/metime/100wordwednesday/fiction/flash/shortstory/02/05/2018

  1. This is the beginning of a real mystery – I love the backstory lurking behind this story. Thank you so much for joining us this week 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

      1. You are most welcome.


    1. Use this as another detective Chacko Mystery ref: the lydia murder case.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Ah! Thank you 😉


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