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Hidden Secrets of the Note- Q

By Nikolean Q

Action / Mystery

Prologue

Hello. I am a detective. I am also a potential successor to L, or, was. Not anymore. I've been heading my own detective agency for years, secretly rivalling L. I am no longer known as Q, but rather, Raiea Tsuko, a private detective. I no longer have ties to Wammy's and have lived under-the-radar for years, years of pretending I was lower than the three great detectives, who were, in fact, L himself. Because they don't know one thing. I have something special, something L doesn't have.  

I am Q. This is my story.


She was a nobody.
She was special.
She was a contradiction.
She knew she shouldn't have been born.

Because her life led
to the greatest detective's death.
She angered the shinigami king-
and stole something that was rightfully his.

And so began her life on the run.
Her only friend dead- the last one she trusted
destined for death
because of her mistakes.

L and Q-
the most intelligent forces in the world-
yet the most in danger.

Just as Light wished for L's death,
the shinigami king wished for Q's death.
Yes, 
that was her destiny.

Because she stole a life-
and what was rightfully not hers.

The key leading to eternal life-
the secrets of the note.

Because there wasn't only the death note-
There was more.
Much more.
More than any human could imagine-
all at Q's fingertips.


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