The killer would be wearing red. That was all the information he’d been given.
He took his seat at the table and scanned the room, hoping to find the killer before they could act.
A woman sat next to him and smiled. “I really like your red shirt,” she said.
Christopher Patrick is not an award winning writer (although he knows some) and currently lives in Scotland. He graduated in 2013 from the University of Glasgow as a Masters of the Arts, pursuing a career as a writer. Chris is one of the Scottish Youth Theatre’s Young Writers, writing The Constant Soldier under the tutelage of BAFTA-Winning Writer David Cosgrove, which went on to enjoy a successful two-week run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2014, described as “a taut piece of new writing” by Broadway Baby. As of 2015, he is one of 8 young artists from across Scotland participating in Youth Theatre Scotland’s inaugural Young Arts Leaders Programme.