Filter – Six Sentence Story


Timothy realized that his most trusted operatives were deceiving him. Did the white hats secure that missing laptop after the blackout? Could he cross the border or would they be waiting for him?

It’s not easy to filter truth from disinformation. Too many were going out of their way to advise him that he was not the target.

He knew better.

Denise offers the word “filter” for this week’s Six Sentence Story. This story continues from Zip – Six Sentence Story. The next chapter is Marvel – Six Sentence Story.

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Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

34 thoughts on “Filter – Six Sentence Story”

  1. Very suspenseful, well done. And maybe I’m a cynic, but if “too many” are telling you you’re safe–watch your back!

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  2. Ain’t that the whole problem? Filters are surely necessary, but trust (in this filters) are necessary unless one is satisfied with being locked in indecision.

    Thought-provoking Six!

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  3. Filtering the truth from the disinformation seems to be the goal more than ever.
    Yes he knew better, but now we are wondering if he followed his hunches.
    Great suspenseful SSS.

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