Title: Finding Clues – Sequel to ‘Problem Solving Strategy’
Characters: Ianto, Jack
Summary: The two men set about figuring things out.
Disclaimer: I don’t own Torchwood, or the characters.
A/N: For one of the prompts I didn’t get around to using for tw100’s challenge 316 earlier this year. I’ve dug them out again to supplement the prompts I got from my f-list, just because there are still loads I wanted to use. The third in a silly little five-part drabble series. Prompt at the end.
There were clothes scattered around the bed, two distinct outfits, so they each dressed in what fit best.
“Right, how do we go about solving this mystery?”
“I suppose we should search for clues. What’s in your pockets?”
“Loose change, keys, and some breath mints. Yours?”
“A handkerchief. This must be my place.”
“How d’you figure that?”
“I must have emptied my pockets; why would I do that in someone else’s home?”
“Makes sense. What now?”
“Look for anything with names on, or photos, or a mobile phone.”
This was one challenge they couldn’t afford to turn down.
TBC in ‘Deductions’
A/N2: Title used is ‘Challenge Accepted’