MFtS-The Spy

“She lived a life that some would describe as being on edge.” Her spy name was “Double Nickles” and we never could figure that one out.

Because she preferred living on the edge, she made an outstanding spy for the United States of America. She gleaned excellent information for the CIA from behind the iron curtain.

We were never given the details of how she was able to obtain this information, (we could only imagine) but she certainly did an excellent job.

When the wall came down between East and West Berlin, she was able to retire and peacefully live the remainder of her life inside the safety of the United States. (100)

This is my 100 word submission for the challenge, Mondays Finish the Story that is kindly hosted by Barbara Beacham. She gives us the first sentence to our stories along with 100-150 additional words and a photo prompt which we use to create our stories. It's fun and addicting and everyone is invited to join the fun. For more information, click HERE.

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60 thoughts on “MFtS-The Spy

  1. Intriguing take on the prompt. Food for thought which always a good sign of quality. I look forward to next weeks tale!

  2. I love how you took used the prompt of the coins in such an unexpected way. The story leaves me wondering more about Double Nickels’s adventures behind the Iron Curtain.

  3. Wonderful story to read, Joy! I love your choice of a spy name! It’s great that she was able to live the remainder of her life in the U.S. and feel secure the rest of her life. She certainly deserved it.

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