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Author:Gerald Hammond [Hammond, Gerald]

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Published: 2019-03-16T22:00:00+00:00

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Chapter Ten

Home, for Honey and her husband, was a well-built, medium-sized house dating from the tail end of the nineteenth century. There was no possibility of a garage, but most of the front garden had been laid with tarmac. The remainder was bright, in summer, with flowers in tubs and baskets. The Lairds had spent good money to bring the kitchen and bathrooms well up to date and had themselves worked hard on the decoration. Honey was a dab hand at papering and, because she could bend low more easily than Sandy, her services were also called on for the painting of skirtings.

It was a good house in one of the pleasant small streets just off a main thoroughfare, and Honey was usually happy there. Now, however, it was one of Sandy’s periods for being called to London and the house was empty except for June, who was no real company and had interests of her own. June had been brought up on the periphery of an affluent household where her mother, being the housekeeper, had taught her not to be familiar with her employers. Honey spent the Wednesday and Thursday catching up with the fruitless efforts of her small team, writing reports and dragging the admin of the dog unit back on the proper track. Two of her earlier cases were approaching court and the depute advocate general was asking all the questions that he should have asked months earlier. The weather had broken and a slow-moving depression was said to be dropping rain, usually heavy, on much of Scotland and parts of England and Wales. (Her impression was that it was always raining in Ireland anyway.) She was therefore not displeased to be kept occupied in the warmth and comfort of indoors. She took work home with her in the evenings.

 

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Author:Gerald Hammond [Hammond, Gerald]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Endeavour Media

Published: 2019-03-16T22:00:00+00:00
Chapter Ten

Home, for Honey and her husband, was a well-built, medium-sized house dating from the tail end of the nineteenth century. There was no possibility of a garage, but most of the front garden had been laid with tarmac. The remainder was bright, in summer, with flowers in tubs and baskets. The Lairds had spent good money to bring the kitchen and bathrooms well up to date and had themselves worked hard on the decoration. Honey was a dab hand at papering and, because she could bend low more easily than Sandy, her services were also called on for the painting of skirtings.

It was a good house in one of the pleasant small streets just off a main thoroughfare, and Honey was usually happy there. Now, however, it was one of Sandy’s periods for being called to London and the house was empty except for June, who was no real company and had interests of her own. June had been brought up on the periphery of an affluent household where her mother, being the housekeeper, had taught her not to be familiar with her employers. Honey spent the Wednesday and Thursday catching up with the fruitless efforts of her small team, writing reports and dragging the admin of the dog unit back on the proper track. Two of her earlier cases were approaching court and the depute advocate general was asking all the questions that he should have asked months earlier. The weather had broken and a slow-moving depression was said to be dropping rain, usually heavy, on much of Scotland and parts of England and Wales. (Her impression was that it was always raining in Ireland anyway.) She was therefore not displeased to be kept occupied in the warmth and comfort of indoors. She took work home with her in the evenings.

On the Thursday evening she emailed Poppy.

Your invitation reached your ex and his new love. They are thinking about it. Oddly enough, it is Andrew who is dragging his heels. Jackie might well have hesitated at taking her fiancé on a visit to his ex-wife, but either she trusts him totally or she is so besotted with him that she would give him up to you if she thought that you could make him happy – which, of course, you couldn’t. Andrew himself is listless. As I feared, he feels that he should be at home in case the dogs make a miraculous reappearance, but he has reached a state of depression in which he will go wherever he’s dragged. I still think that he’d be better away from here and from all the reminders of happier times. When I saw them today, I played on the fact that Jackie had never seen the south of France. I think that you’d better set your staff to airing the best guest bed.

On the Friday morning she was studying a copy of Mr Colebrook’s will. It took an unusual form. Because much of Mr Colebrook’s fortune had been gifted to his sons, he had invested most of the remainder in annuities, which would die with him.

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