The Missing Heiress
- Genre: Billionaire/CEO
- Author: Nichols
- Chapters: 13
- Status: Ongoing
- Age Rating: 18+
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A detective is summoned to investigate the disappearance of Amelia, the daughter of the wealthy Worthington family. After interviewing everyone on the guest list, the detective finds out that Robert Sinclair, who was seen arguing with Amelia before she disappeared, may have information about her whereabouts. Sinclair confesses to kidnapping Amelia for ransom, but she gets sick and he panics, leaving her at the hospital. Amelia is found alive and Sinclair is arrested. The detective wants to know how Sinclair managed to get away with kidnapping Amelia for so long and finds out that he needed money and saw Amelia at the charity event as an easy target.
The sun was just beginning to set as Detective Jameson walked up the driveway to the grand estate of the wealthy Worthington family. He had been summoned to investigate the disappearance of their daughter, heiress to the family fortune.As he approached the front door, it swung open to reveal a tall, regal-looking woman. "Detective Jameson, thank you for coming. I'm Mrs. Worthington, and I'm afraid we're in desperate need of your help."Jameson nodded and followed her into the grand foyer. He could see the worry etched on her face and knew that this was a serious matter."Please, tell me everything you know about your daughter's disappearance," he said.Mrs. Worthington took a deep breath and began to speak. "A few days ago, our daughter, Amelia, went missing. She was last seen at a charity event downtown. We've searched everywhere, but we can't find her. We're afraid something terrible has happened."Jameson took out his notebook and pen, jotting down notes as Mrs. Worthington spoke. "Do you have any enemies? Anyone who might have a motive to harm your daughter?"Mrs. Worthington shook her head. "No, we can't think of anyone who would want to hurt her. She's always been well-liked and well-respected in the community."Jameson nodded. "I'll need to speak with anyone who was at the event that night. Can you provide me with a guest list?"Mrs. Worthington led him to the study and pulled out a folder. "Here's a copy of the guest list, along with contact information for each person. Please, find our daughter, Detective Jameson. We'll do whatever it takes to bring her home.
Jameson spent the next few days interviewing everyone on the guest list. Most of them had alibis and were quickly ruled out as suspects. But one name stood out - a man by the name of Robert Sinclair.
Sinclair had been seen arguing with Amelia just before she disappeared. Jameson's gut told him that Sinclair knew more than he was letting on.
He tracked Sinclair down to a seedy motel on the outskirts of town. Sinclair was surprised to see the detective, but he invited him in for a chat.
"I'm investigating the disappearance of Amelia Worthington. I have reason to believe that you may have some information about her whereabouts," Jameson said.
Sinclair shrugged. "I don't know anything about her disappearance. We had a disagreement at the event, but that's all."
Jameson didn't believe him. He pressed on, asking more questions and digging deeper into Sinclair's past. Finally, Sinclair broke down and confessed.