Canine Teeth with A Bite to Match ProlougePrologueCanine Teeth with A Bite to Match Prolouge by TheGoodEnchantress22
It was a cloudy afternoon in Scotland Yard. The sky looked as though it would start raining any time soon. But it didn’t dampen the mood of the people inside. The constables, autopsy reporters, cleaners, jailbirds, witnesses and inspectors were all answering questions from worldwide fans of ‘Layton Brothers: Mystery Room’. Alfendi and Lucy were standing in front of microphones in the Mystery Room, ready to answer questions from askers all over the world to post on iHear Layton Brothers; a blog on Tumblr that fans can listen to their questions being answered and threats from Alfendi when a puzzle gets sent through.
“C’mon Prof; at least one!” Lucy begged at the tired inspector in her typical Yorkshire accent. “I’ll do one first if you do it!” she bribed in sing-song.
Alfendi sighed loudly. “Fine, but if I get another god forsaken puzzle, one more time, I will find the riddle-maker and make sure he or she never riddles
Young Alfendi: the FightYoung Alfendi: the Fight by TheGoodEnchantress22
Alfendi was reading a crime fiction book in the park near a playground. He had came by himself to read his library book he had recently borrowed from one of London's largest libraries; he wanted to be outside in the fresh air, rather than inside with Mrs. Sich's illnesses and to avoid the sickly librarian's daughter. Under the big boughs of the tree he was under, he ignored the loud screaming of the other children as he deciphered the killer's clues of how he killed the unsuspecting victim. As he was reaching the start of the gripping climax, his friend Justin walked to the shady tree with a group of boys behind him. Hilda was hiding behind a nearby tree fearing the worst. "Hey everyone, it's that creepy Alfendi Layton! What are you doing today, weirdo? Solving one of your daddy's puzzles? Are you your daddy's boy?" Justin jeered as the boys behind him laughed menacingly.
"Leave me alone, Justin..." Alfendi muttered as he continued to read.
"Oh I understand: you need to concentrate for