This is the third Authortrek short story for Fran Tracey, after the bestselling Hiding in the Dark and Ashraf’s Tale. Jilly Parsons’ had rather a wild weekend in Amsterdam, so much so, that she has a real headache, and a very fuzzy recall as to what actually happened… Still, she’s running late, so there’s no need to worry about such things, as she stumbles to make her way through Customs… Nothing to Declare is an especially funny tale from a very versatile author.
Here’s an extract from the story:
He held her black lacy thong high in the air for all to see whilst he rummaged in her case with his free hand. Then he began to swing it around his little finger. Jilly could see that it would go flying off across the customs hall if it picked up much more momentum. No knowing where it would land. She glared at the passengers who were grinning at her as they passed, stopping when she realised glaring made her head throb. That and the customs officer’s annoying whistle. She tried to pick out the tune with difficulty. If she hadn’t been tone deaf she’d be sure he was whistling Mika’s ‘Big Girl’.
An Authortrek reader wrote “I love that feeling you always get with Fran's stories where you know something's ahead but you never guess what - and this one definitely delivers on that front. You're almost left with that dirty taste of guilt yourself after reading it! An excellent read.”
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