Rochelle Wisoff-Fields runs this blog called Friday Fictioneers. A very good place, I would say.
Thanks to J. Hardy Carroll for the photo.
Surveillance is long and arduous, but it pays off in the long run. Higher risks, higher rewards. Here’s the story.
“He’s my daughter’s boyfriend.”
Fritz read the notes. “And you say this ‘uncle’ of his is really the boyfriend’s father?”
“Yes. Sylvia heard him call his uncle ‘father.’ ’’ He leaned in close. “Mein Herr, I’m positive — his father is the one you have been looking for.”
“This will take considerable thought.” Fritz scanned the notes again. “All right. I’ll do some investigating on my own.”
TO: ISSER HAREL, OFFICE OF ISRAELI INTELLIGENCE
BELIEVE A MAN LIVING IN BUENOS AIRES UNDER THE NAME OF RICARDO CLEMENT ACTUALLY IS ADOLPH EICHMANN.
DR. FRITZ BAUER
OFFICE OF PUBLIC PROSECUTOR