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Author:Kevin Doherty [Doherty, Kevin]

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Published: 2015-03-30T07:00:00+00:00

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Hampshire

The house at Stratfield Saye was discreet in every way. The country lane in which it stood was just under a mile long and contained about ten other properties. There were a couple of small cottages, a farm, a kennels, and three or four other large houses. These had pleasant names like April Meadow and were the sort of country homes favoured by corporate executives and barristers.

 

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Author:Kevin Doherty [Doherty, Kevin]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Endeavour Media

Published: 2015-03-30T07:00:00+00:00
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Hampshire

The house at Stratfield Saye was discreet in every way. The country lane in which it stood was just under a mile long and contained about ten other properties. There were a couple of small cottages, a farm, a kennels, and three or four other large houses. These had pleasant names like April Meadow and were the sort of country homes favoured by corporate executives and barristers.

The house in which the Kunaevs were being looked after was bordered by woodland that helped to screen it from the road. There were no observable security measures other than a burglar alarm box on the front wall, which was a standard feature of all the big houses in the road: but there were no guards on the gate, no steel fencing, no dogs in the grounds. Such things would have drawn attention, ruling out the anonymity that was considered essential to good security.

The couple who ran the house and who were thought by the neighbours to be its owners were a military-looking gentleman in his fifties, who was ‘something in the Home Office’, and his disabled wife. Her disablement was taken as the reason for the resident housestaff and the occasional comings and goings of people assumed to be doctors or physiotherapists.

This was as far as neighbourhood curiosity went. It was the kind of backwater where people valued their privacy and had little time or inclination to know about each other’s affairs. There were no coffee mornings, no cocktail parties at Christmas, no summer barbeques; and definitely no questions asked.

‘It’s Monday,’ Anna said as she knotted her son’s shoelaces. ‘You’re supposed to be on days this week, Viktor. They’ll discover you’re gone this morning.’

Viktor shook his head. ‘They’ll have noticed the log book at Porchester Gardens already and seen we didn’t come home on Saturday. They know already.’

They looked at each other in silence.

‘Breakfast is at eight,’ he said, not wanting the tension to build up. ‘That gives us time for a walk in the gardens first.’

Anna zipped Andrei into one of the jumpsuits that the housekeeper had given her. Changes of clothing had been found for all of them; most of the garments were second-hand but at least they allowed what the family had arrived in to be laundered.

No one interfered with them as they found their way out to the gardens, but Viktor saw Anna glance over her shoulder when they got to the swings. A security man was watching them from the kitchen window. He was leaning forward with his elbows on the sill; a cup of coffee was by his elbow and cigarette smoke curled up from an ashtray beside it.

‘Did you want to talk?’ Anna asked. ‘Is that what this is about?’

Viktor nodded and lifted Andrei into the safest-looking swing.

‘I knew it.’ She looked upset. ‘You think they’re listening when we’re in our room.’

‘I don’t know. It’s possible, even probable. I’d expect them to.’

She pushed her hands down inside the pockets of her anorak. ‘When you say things like that, we might as well be back in Porchester Gardens with that washing machine.

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