A score to settle
Today is another day for character development, and this time it is Inspector Delacrat.
The question is, how do you maintain that air of honesty and integrity in a country that is run by a cruel and murderous military junta.
How do you explain the disappearance of ordinary citizens during the night, when they are reported as missing?
There is, of course, something about the man that makes you think twice about whether he is to be tarred with the same brush as that of the military, or he’s just an Inspector in the police trying to do his job to the best of his ability, without running foul of the junta.
We’ll just have to wait and see.
Something else to be aware of, there are rebels, dissidents, and revolutionaries, all lurking in the background, some overt, some invisible, all working towards the removal of the junta.
The conference is a means to get an international eye on the plight of the country, so will something happen?
Will the rebels make their move?
Will Delacrat find out, and will he try to stop it?
Is our main character’s real reason for being in the country to aid the rebels, or just ensure the safety of one of the delegates?
These are all questions that will be looked at as the story progresses.
Today’s word count: 2,829 words, for the running total of 10,724.