Hello there, Jacky
This is a Review!
I'm also reviewing your item because it popped-up on the random Read & Review!
What I liked:
I liked the dialogue between Joe and Angie. She was trying to convince him to go to their friend's masquerade party. He was not interested, but she had baited him to go convincing him he'd never be able to find her in her costume. He bit and left before her to attend the party.
You get your readers wondering if Joe will really figure out which guest is his wife. We, of course were led to a twisted, surprising ending!
By eleven thirty, though[,] Joe has [had] guessed all of his friends,
"having been convicted of her murder since she was never found,"
Hmmm, My mystery brain just kicked-in. I do get that this was a Flash Fiction and had to be wrapped up quickly, but there's things to be considered in order to jump to the conclusion of murder.
Since there was no body found when the wife went missing, there had to be some incriminating evidence of a crime, such as her blood, on some weapon with his fingerprints, etc. It needn't be a huge explanation, but just some clues to make it more convincing.
Otherwise, this was a fine little story with a big twist at the end. It just needs a few more facts to answer a reader's questions about his conviction.
Until next time--write on!