#59 - The Last Dinner Party

“I was hoping you’d join me for dinner on Thursday, old chap,” he said. “Seven o’clock, my place, with a few other friends of the family. Also, I suppose I should probably mention that I’ve been hired to kill you...” 

A short story by Jacob Trahan. A man is invited to a dinner party by an old friend, but with a twist: his host has been hired to kill him, and makes no secret of the fact. Has his luck finally run out?

I was fortunate enough to read Jacob's work on his Tumblr, which you can find at jtrahan.tumblr.com, and the result is this episode of Pocket Fiction. Often his stories have a twist in them that makes me chuckle, and I highly recommend you go and check his writing out.

As always, I would love to collaborate with you! If you have short fiction that you would like me to include as a standalone episode of Pocket Fiction, drop me a line!

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Music: “The Pyre” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). 
Licensed under Creative Commons: By attribution 3.0. 

Sound effects used in this podcast: Tapping a Waterglass by Dee151, Posh dinner party by 7by7, gentle soft rain night by mshahen, and Rain and Thunder 4 by FlatHill.