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#851017 added June 4, 2015 at 11:25pm
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My Protagonist
Prompt for June 4, 2015: In conjunction with yesterday's prompt, what job would your mystery solver have? Would your protagonist be male or female, or something else altogether such as an animal?

This is a picture of what my PI would look like....

http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/87/aa/d1/87aad18b7dc56068a6fb986d75873f5d...

He would be in 1940's New York City and he would have an office on the Fifth floor of some high rise. The air-conditioning would be on the fritz and an oscillating fan would be circulating the humid air. Despite the heat and humidity he would always look cool. His debonair personality would make him a favorite among the socialites in town and his reputation as a ladies man would precede him. His case would range from finding the culprit who tried to poison Miss Socialite's little dog to solving the death of the socialites ex-fiance.

By the way Fivesixer , what kind of hat is that?


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