The Necklace (Manuscript)
A necklace recently sold turns out to be important to the “Organization,” trading hands several times and finally being owned by a young girl, whose loved ones become endangered because of it.
Another work by this author, “Making a Star,” works better than this story. Although this story has some mystery in its plot, it uses cliches about the bad guys seeking a precious object and preparing to knock off the witnesses. Still, the ending neatly wraps things up and it is as wholesome for ages twelve and up as a story of this nature could be.
NOTES FOR THE AUTHOR:
There are some spelling errors in the script and I think it needs to be reworked so as to put Anna in danger, but not in a way with the old formula of the thugs getting something with the plan of knocking off the key character. Is there a way to rework this plot and to hit on the importance of the necklace more?