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Chapter 19

Present Day

It was only the second time that Alice had been in her boss’s flat. Again, she was struck by how modest it was. She knew most of the top brass had Victorian villas overlooking Kelvingrove Park.

 

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Author:Katherine Pathak [Pathak, Katherine]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Garansay Press

Published: 2018-05-30T22:00:00+00:00
Chapter 19

Present Day

It was only the second time that Alice had been in her boss’s flat. Again, she was struck by how modest it was. She knew most of the top brass had Victorian villas overlooking Kelvingrove Park.

Dani placed a pot of coffee on the table between them, before handing Alice her herbal tea.

Ravi Stevens addressed his opposite number. “When is the baby due?”

“In a few months.” She sipped the tea gratefully, eyeing the Asian detective closely. Having read his reports from the McGill case, it was unnerving to now meet him in person.

“I’m amazed you were able to go clambering around in skips,” he said dryly.

Alice’s cheeks flushed. “Actually, I got my boyfriend to do it.”

Ravi chuckled. “Good for you.”

“I was working on a hunch, so I couldn’t request assistance.”

He leaned forward, his expression more serious. “And what a hunch it was, DI Mann. I’ve been trying to find that torch for fifteen years.”

Dani held up her hand. “Steady on, we don’t know for sure it was the torch from the McGill property that went missing on the night of the murder.”

Ravi twisted to face his host. “Have we had any news back from forensics yet?”

Dani shook her head. “It will be another few days, at least.”

Alice sighed. “I don’t imagine they’ll find anything to prove it came from Richard McGill’s cottage, not after all this time.”

“Did you speak to Mark Vogel? Did he give you an explanation as to why it was there, in his bag?” Ravi’s words were eager.

Alice nodded. “I went to the house the next day, with the briefcase and papers. I handed them to him without the torch. He seemed shocked and disappointed to find there wasn’t anything else with them. I asked what else he was hoping to retrieve.”

“And? What did he say?”

“He muttered something about his late mother’s wedding ring, which had no monetary value, but was sentimental. He said the thief must have taken it anyway.”

“Were you convinced by that?”

“Not really, then Andy mentioned the torch. That was when the blood drained from Vogel’s face. I could almost see the mechanisms in his brain ticking over. He knew I was aware he was a witness in the McGill murder, and probably knew the details of the case.”

“So, he came up with a plausible explanation,” Dani said.

“Yes, Vogel claimed he kept the torch in the car, in case he had a breakdown. He said he’d used it to check the pressure in his tyres a few days before the robbery and must have put it back in his briefcase. He’d forgotten it was there.” Alice raised her eyebrows.

“Well, he couldn’t deny it was his, the man’s fingerprints will be all over it,” Dani added.

Ravi put down his cup with a clatter. “But what does it mean? Why does Mark Vogel have the torch after all these years?”

Alice shook her head. “I’ve been thinking of nothing else these last twenty-four hours. If it’s the torch that Richard gave to his murderer that night, then Vogel must have been involved with the killers.

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