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Table of Contents

8-1 DOUBLE TROUBLE

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

8-2 FATHER ELLIOT SERIES BOOK 1 TIGER! TIGER!

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

8-3 FATHER ELLIOT SERIES BOOK 2 SKELETON IN THE WALL

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

8-4 FATHER ELLIOT SERIES BOOK 3 EXECUTION STYLE

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

8-5 MISS EMILY SERIES BOOK 1 LYING IS A MORTAL SIN

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

8-6 MISS EMILY SERIES BOOK 2 DEBT COLLECTION

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

8-7 MISS EMILY SERIES BOOK 3 MEMORIES

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

8-8 MISS EMILY SERIES BOOK 4 THE RING FINGER IN THE SHOEBOX

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

8-9 MISS EMILY SERIES BOOK 5 A CEMETERY SURPRISE

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

8-10 THE JOURNALIST

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

8-1 DOUBLE TROUBLE

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

In a Nutshell: Gig and Lucy are identical twins working for a pharmaceutical lab at the outskirts of San Francisco. That morning their car is impounded after giving up the ghost on the Golden Bridge causeway. When Inspector Milford phones their boss to tell him that the police found a body in the trunk of their old car, Gig and Lucy are truly dumfounded. The body turns out to be that of their janitor, Jerome Gander. Jerome has been growing marijuana plants for the neighborhood dispensary ever since he’s been diagnosed with cancer. When the head of one of the drug rings in San Fran heard what Jerome was doing, he forced the janitor to share in the crops with him. All was well until one day, an ex-cop found out who had been selling drugs to his son before he died from an overdose. The poor father killed Jerome before disappearing into the night.

Part One - Rising Tension

Chapter One

CH 1/ Scene 1 – There are two of them. They are sisters, identical twins to be precise. They are not only beautiful to look at, but they’re smart and very well educated. They work in a lab in San Francisco where they develop new methods of taking one’s medicine. If your cough syrup tastes awful, Geraldine, nicknamed Gig, and Lucy Cartwright will inject the medication into a small capsule that you can easily swallow. The chewable vitamins, the coated tablets and a great number of other meds have passed through their hands.

CH 1/ Scene 2 – This morning they arrived at work a little late. They were delayed when their car broke down on the Golden Bridge causeway. That’s something you try your best to avoid doing during rush-hour traffic – especially on the causeway. However, Gig and Lucy’s old Ford gave up the ghost without asking the girls’ authorization or without checking for the best time to do so. Gig was the one who had told Lucy they would need to trade for a new vehicle soon, but Lucy shrugged the suggestion off.

CH 1/ Scene 3 – They are in the middle of their bickering when Sam Dublin, their supervisor comes in. He looks at the sisters, sits on a stool between them and tells them that he’s just received a call from the impound lot. The sisters look at each other. They wonder why the impound lot would call them. They were planning to rent a car that evening and get the old Ford towed to a garage before trading it in at the end of the week. Sam has never had any reason to be concerned with their private lives but today he is. The sisters are anxious to hear why the impound people called.

CH 1/ Scene 4 – “They found a body in the trunk of your vehicle,” is Sam’s answer. Gig and Lucy exchange an astounded gaze. They couldn’t be more at a loss to explain what a body could be doing in the trunk of their vehicle. They ask Sam if the guy who called told him who it was. Sam shakes his head and adds that Inspector Milford is waiting for them at the impound lot.

CH 1/ Scene 5 – Inspector Robert Milford doesn’t like to be dragged out of his office to visit a crime scene early in the day. The impound lot is not his favorite meeting place either. The smell of abandonment and neglect annoys him. He works hard for his money, like most people do, and a car is an expensive item that you need to respect and take care of while you own it. To him it only makes sense. You take care of your belongings and they’ll take care of you. However, that old heap in which the guys found the man’s body is far from being a scintillating example of care and respect. He even wonders how it ran as far and for as long as it did.

Chapter Two

CH 2/ Scene 1 – When Lucy and Gig arrive at the impound lot, they find Inspector Milford comfortably ensconced in a chair of the impound officer’s office. They look like two little girls called into the principal’s office. Milford didn’t expect these two to be hiding a corpse in the trunk of their vehicle. They definitely don’t look the type. Once the inspector has introduced himself and has confirmed that they own the green Ford in the lot, he shows them a photo of the man they found in the trunk and asks them if they recognize the fellow.

CH 2/ Scene 2 – “Dear Lord,” Gig and Lucy exclaim in unison, placing a hand over their gaping mouths. “That’s Jerome Gander, our janitor,” Lucy adds, pointing at the phone-photo. “Jerome lives in apartment 1A of our building, Inspector. He is – was – a very nice fellow.” Gig and Lucy nod to each other. When the inspector asks them if they know of any reason why anyone would want to kill Jerome Gander, the sisters shake their heads. “No idea whatsoever, Inspector,” Gig replies, “We hardly know the man.”

CH 2/ Scene 3 – As soon as the body has been transported to the morgue, Dr. Evans, M.E. comes in the office. He looks at the two young women and smiles. Inspector Milford is surprised that the young M.E. would be acquainted with the two lab beauties. “Oh yes, Inspector, we know each other from university and beyond. Gig and Lucy were on my soft ball team.” Milford harrumphs. He’s not here for a school reunion. He wants answers from the doc. The latter tells him that the man died from a single shot wound at the back of the head. He died instantly but since there are no blood splatter anywhere in or around the trunk of the car, Jerome Gander was killed somewhere else.

CH 2/ Scene 4 – Gig and Lucy go back to the lab utterly baffled. They had no precise answer to give Inspector Milford when he asked where or when they last saw Jerome Gander or even their car. Gig said that she saw Jerome in the recycling room last night while Lucy was upstairs folding the wash. Lucy and Gig parked their car in the garage as usual when they came back from work. But neither sister saw the man near the car at any time.

CH 2/ Scene 5 – Once CSI takes the old Ford to their garage to give it a thorough once-over, they soon discover that the trunk contains traces of sand, gravel and a few bits of dead leaves. The chief examiner asks the technicians to determine from these traces where the man could have been just before he was killed. In the meantime, Gilbert Evans, the M.E. has determined that the murderer has used a silencer when he fired the fatal shot into Jerome’s head.

Chapter Three

CH 3/ Scene 1 – Gig and Lucy are not at all happy about this entire situation. If nothing else it’s distracting. And for them to make mistakes at work because they’re distracted is not something one would contemplate. Their eventual errors could cost someone’s life. You don’t fool around with the preparation and testing of medicine. For these reasons, the two of them take a few days off. Maybe they can help Milford in his investigation, although they’re quite sure the man wouldn’t want their assistance. They’re too close to the case.

CH 3/ Scene 2 – Nevertheless, they decide to find out as much as they can from their neighbors. Their apartment complex is only comprised of thirty six residences – all of which have a balcony overlooking the pool and back yard. The residents know each other and they all knew Jerome. Gig and Lucy know quite a few people personally. Most of them work during the day, so, this morning, they decide to visit the garage and recycling room. Being biochemists, Gig and Lucy are used to look for minute details that might be overlooked by other people. They believe that no one drove their car anywhere to fetch Jerome’s body from the crime scene. They are almost sure his body was transported to the garage and then put into the trunk of their car. Since it is an old car, not fitted with the latest locking gadget, it would have been easy to open the trunk and lock it afterward.

CH 3/ Scene 3 – Therefore, they need to find evidence of the body being dumped near the car; or evidence of a car tires’ traces near their own vehicle. They know this is painstaking work, but they are prepared for it. While CSI is going to try locating where Jerome was killed, the sisters may be able to confirm what sort of vehicle transported the body to the garage. But should they be so sure that Jerome was killed somewhere else than in their apartment complex?

Part Two - Main Action

Chapter Four

CH 4/ Scene 1 – When Inspector Milford drives down to the garage of the sisters’ apartment complex, he finds them on hands and knees crawling around their parking stall, taking samples with tweezers and bagging them. He stops his car beside them, gets out of the vehicle and goes to kneel beside Gig. “What are you doing?” he asks her. “Collecting evidence, Inspector,” she replies, standing up. Lucy does the same. Then both of them take Milford by the elbows and lead him away from their investigation site.

CH 4/ Scene 2 – The inspector is not used to be treated this way. “Would you mind, ladies?” he tells them as he frees himself from their grips. “You know you’re not supposed to do any of this. The CSI team will collect their evidence in due course. Don’t you worry your little heads about it.” Gig smiles and tells the inspector that they know what he’s saying but that CSI will be too late when they finally come down to the garage. The evidence would have disappeared or being damaged by people traipsing over them. The inspector does not like it. He gets back into his car and drives away without another word. He abhors confrontations. He stops at the garage’s exit, grabs his cell-phone and demands that the CSI team cordons off the garage stall. “I will have those two off the case yet!”

CH 4/ Scene 3 – He is about to merge into traffic outside the apartment complex, when he sees the CSI team van pull up in the visitors’ parking lot. They might have found something that warrants a search of the victim’s apartment. He is right. CSI has discovered marijuana dust in the victim’s trousers’ pocket. The men and women in the team tell the inspector, once he had turned around and had parked his car beside the van that he has to don an overall before stepping into Jerome’s apartment.

CH 4/ Scene 4 – As soon as they enter the place, the smell of marijuana reaches everyone’s nostrils. They affix their masks in front of their mouths and begin their examination. A half-an-hour into the search, the inspector hears a light knock on the door. He believes the two girls are standing in front of it. He doesn’t bother to look through the peephole and is ready to blast them out as he opens the door. Instead, he finds himself face to face with the barrel of a gun. The man holding it demands to know who they all are. His face is the one of a man who doesn’t take no for an answer. When the inspector does not reply but shows him his badge, the guy lowers his gun for a fraction of a second, only to fire a shot above the inspector’s shoulder and hitting the wall above the TV.

CH 4/ Scene 5 – The diversion provided by the gunshot gave enough time for the assailant to disappear down the stairwell and out into the street. The inspector, however, will not forget the man’s face. As for the reason why he was calling on Jerome, the CSI chief is soon to give him an answer. Jerome was drying and packaging various marijuana leaves in his place. These packages were to be sold at the local dispensary. “Maybe the gunning fellow was here to collect and pay for the merchandise?” The inspector nods and asks, “But why was this Jerome fellow handling marijuana?” One of the other team members gave the inspector his answer. “He had terminal cancer, Inspector, and this was probably his way to help others with their pain management.”

Chapter Five

CH 5/ Scene 1 – But the question still remains, who was the goon who showed up at Jerome’s door brandishing a .38 handgun – the same gun who killed Jerome – if he knew the man was dead. Or if he didn’t know, what was he doing here? In the meantime, Gig and Lucy collect a couple of interesting items from the garage: a cartridge for one thing and a piece of marijuana leaf. They’ve seen the CSI van pull up and are now on their way to meet the inspector in apartment 1A. They’re about to knock on the door when the inspector bursts out and rushes past them. He wants to get a BOLO out for the fugitive with the gun. He has no time for the girls.

CH 5/ Scene 2 – Gig and Lucy let him pass without a word. No need to disturb a man on a mission! They step into the apartment hesitantly and are soon confronted by Chief Tillman. He smiles at them when he sees that they are dressed in protective overalls. When he asks them what he can do for them, Gig shows him the cartridge and tells him exactly where she found it. She turns to Lucy who shows him the “in situ” photograph on her phone before Tillman can utter a word. He shakes his head and asks one of the girls in his team to take the cartridge and tag it.

CH 5/ Scene 3 – As for the marijuana leaf, Tillman shows the girls what they discovered in Jerome’s apartment. “That’s why we always smelled marijuana when we stepped onto our terrace,” Lucy remarks. “We surely didn’t think it came from his place.” When Lucy and Gig go home that afternoon after showing Tillman and his team where they found the cartridge, they wonder if Jerome was packaging the marijuana for the dispensary they knew had just opened its door not too far from their place.

CH 5/ Scene 4 – The problem with these dispensaries is the money they collect every day. They cannot accept credit card or even debit cards. Their only option – for legal reason – is to be paid in cash. Lots of cash transactions will inevitably attract the criminal element anywhere. They decide to pay a visit to the dispensary and ask the guy or girl at the counter if they knew Jerome Gander.

CH 5/ Scene 5 – Meanwhile the CSI team is in the garage collecting more evidence. If the cartridge was found near Gig and Lucy’s car, it is plausible to suspect that the crime has been committed nearby. Under the neighbor’s car, Tillman notices the large patch of blood. He finds out who the car belongs to and has it moved out of the spot. The neighbor, a man by the name of Alfred Dorland, doesn’t seem bothered by the fact that a crime may have been committed in his parking stall. Tillman asks Alfred when he last parked his car in the spot. He replies that he works nights and he parked it there this morning when he came home.

CH 5/ Scene 6 – The next questions seem to bother him: Where does he work? Downtown at the strip club; did he know Jerome Gander? Yes, he did. “Did you ever buy some grass from him?” Tillman asks him. Alfred fidgets for a moment and is about to bolt out of the garage when the inspector drives in and stops him. When Alfred is arrested it will just be a matter of time before the inspector unravels this little mystery. Or so he believes.

Part Three - Resolution

Chapter Six

CH 6/ Scene 1 – When Gig and Lucy, now dressed in jeans, t-shirts and shod with flip-flops, come in the dispensary, they’re immediately spotted. The guy at the counter is all smiles. These two must be goddesses. They’re gorgeous.And there are two of them! Gig jumps in – she hates going into long preamble before getting to the crux of the matter. “Do you know Jerome Gander?” she asks him. The guy hesitates before inquiring who they are. Lucy says that they live in his apartment complex and he told them this was the place to get good stuff.

CH 6/ Scene 2 – The guy looks around him and asks them if they have identification and a medical prescription to purchase the stuff. Lucy shows him her ID from the lab and says: “Is that good enough for you? We need some grass for a little experiment we’re conducting. So, what is it gonna be? Are you selling or not?” Again the young man hesitates and then nods. He bends down under the counter and pulls out a small bag without any legal or pharmaceutical stamp. “I can let you have it for $200,” he tells them.

CH 6/ Scene 3 – Lucy looks at her sister and they both nod. They turn on their heels without another word to the baffled young fellow. He calls after them but they’re determined to leave it at that for the moment. A few hours later they phone the inspector to tell him they’re ready to make a statement. Inspector Milford grunts. He hates anyone directing traffic in his investigation. Yet, something tells him he better get the girls in and have a chat with them.

CH 6/ Scene 4 – As soon as they arrive, they’re escorted in an interview room and asked if they want a coffee. Both girls say yes, they’d love a coffee while they wait. They don’t wait for long. Inspector Milford comes in with a folder and a yellow pad under one arm. He drops both on the table. He then tells them that he’s listening. The girls look at each other and then return their gazes to the already impatient inspector.

CH 6/ Scene 5 – Jerome was forty-three when he learned that he had pancreatic cancer. This is an unforgiving form of the disease. The survival rate is low. Jerome started several rounds of chemo treatments three years ago. They manage to stall the disease for a while but six months ago the cancer returned more aggressively than ever. Because the pain was getting quite unbearable at times, his doctor prescribed some marijuana placebos. Soon after the dispensary opened, Jerome began growing some plants in a disused shed at the back of the complex. He was then engaged as a supplier for the dispensary since most of his grass was high quality and handled in house.

CH 6/ Scene 6 – The problems began when the dispensary started selling unmarked bags to addicts and street users. This side business was managed by one of the drug lords overseeing the marijuana traffic in San Fran. Jerome got caught in the vicious circle and was soon making lots of money. He didn’t care. He knew he was dying. In a few weeks he would be gone. He was only doing this to save some money for his daughter. She had moved out years ago when Jerome’s wife died.

CH 6/ Scene 7 – The night of his death, Jerome was on his way to deliver a few bags of marijuana to his “boss” – the head of the drug ring – when someone stopped him in the garage. The man pulled a gun on him and fired when Jerome turned around. The salesclerk at the dispensary witnessed it all. He was supposed to meet Jerome in the garage to go with him to the rendezvous. He heard the murderer say that he was a cop once until his son died from a drug overdose. The ex-cop didn’t want the body to be found before the morning, when he would be long gone, and placed it in the girls’ trunk. He walked away with the delivery.

CH 6/ Scene 8 – As for the man who came to Jerome’s apartment: the inspector filled in the blanks. He was the head of the gang. He wondered where is shipment was. The inspector had to ask the girls: “How did you find all this out? How did you tie all of the loose ends so fast?” Gig and Lucy looked at each other and started laughing. “The sales clerk at the dispensary would have sold his soul to the devil for spending an hour with twins, inspector!”

DOUBLE TROUBLE

Detailed Character Descriptions

Name

Geraldine & Lucy Cartwright

Gender

Female twins

Age

34 years old

Height and Weight

5 ft. 06 ins. / 140 lbs.

Appearance/Body Type

Gorgeous girls (women); auburn hair; brown eyes – very easy on the eyes.

Profession

Doctors in biochemistry

Education

College and university

Intelligence

Above average

Ethnic Background

Caucasian

Childhood

Raised in Portland, Oregon until they moved to San Fran, first to go to college and then when they were hired at the pharmaceutical lab. They don’t have any other siblings.

Environment

Suburban

Health

Excellent health

Dreams

Buy a house boat (or two), get married and have children.

Need/Purpose

To find the best way to eradicate all side-effects from a majority of the prescription drugs.

Care

They care about their parents and family.

Fear

To drown in the Bay!

Flaws

Curious and stubborn

Idiosyncrasies

Hate to play games with each other. They need different opponents.

How others view the characters

Beautiful; attractive; well educated in every sense of the w [...]