Lance checked his notes about the robber’s appearance. The robber was wearing tight clothes, gloves, boots and a mask. But the woman on the phone observed that the robber was wearing nail polish. That observation would be impossible if the robber was wearing gloves.
Trisha jumped up from her chair. “What do you mean? I haven’t lied about anything. I’m asking you to arrest the man who threw my precious necklaces into a lake.” Her eyes became teary again. Detective Lance had no tone of sympathy in his voice. “You said the necklaces all sunk to the bottom ofContinue reading “The Lie Detective – Sunken Jewelry (Answer)”
Here is the answer to “The Broken Window.” Click here to read the story from the beginning. Answer:Nadine turned to the mother and said, “You cleaned the kitchen because there was glass everywhere, right?” “Yes, that’s right. Because they broke the window,” said the mother. “But, if the children threw the ball from the kitchen,”Continue reading “Detective Nanny – The Broken Window – (Answer)”
Today, I read the classic short story, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.” It was written by Francis Scott Fitzgerald in 1922. Fitzgerald is most famous for writing “The Great Gatsby.” Have you read the book or seen the movie? “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” was also made into a movie a few yearsContinue reading “Daily Reading – The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”