Poisonous Wensleydale

She stopped at the tire shop, a quiet memento of times passed. It was unfortunate they had to sell it. Her husband had enjoyed running the shop for so many years.

Disaster had struck. When the new mechanic got ill, he accused her husband of poisoning him. The police believed the mechanic and arrested her husband. He was in prison now.

She’d found out since that the mechanic was a pawn in a criminal network of car thieves and a notorious swindler. But could the judge be convinced? She just hoped her husband would be acquitted at the next appeal.

(100 words)


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