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The Last Stage by Louise Voss

Author:Louise Voss [Louise Voss]

Language: eng

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ISBN: 9781912374885

Publisher: Orenda Books

Published: 2019-06-12T16:00:00+00:00

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Author:Louise Voss [Louise Voss]

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781912374885

Publisher: Orenda Books

Published: 2019-06-12T16:00:00+00:00
29

Present Day

Meredith

The woman detective, Gemma, texted Meredith that afternoon asking if she could come over and see her at Minstead.

Now what? thought Meredith, but she texted obediently back to say yes, of course, and to remind Gemma that she was at home in the cottage, having taken a few days compassionate leave. She couldn’t face being in the shop, knowing that Ralph wasn’t upstairs in his office, or around for coffee, or to have a laugh with in staff meetings.

She had been in the front garden, ostensibly weeding, but also trying to make sure that none of Ralph’s shirt buttons were visible after she’d thrown them into the flowerbed in panic the previous week. The weather had changed, banks of dark grey clouds rolling across the hills, heavy with threatened rain, casting a pall over the grounds. Her mood felt as dark as the sky and wasn’t helped by Paula, who rang her as she was wrestling with the root of a stubborn bramble.

‘Why did you ring the police to tell them about the lion?’ Paula demanded as soon as Meredith answered. ‘I told you I’d let them know! Now they’re all suspicious, like I’m hiding something!’

Meredith wiped her free hand across her sweaty forehead. She wasn’t sure what to say – she didn’t want to freak her out any more than she already was. ‘Oh Paula,’ she began carefully. She’d been going to say something like, we have to tell the police everything, no matter how inconsequential it seems, but then realised how massively hypocritical that would be.

A robin hopped along the crazy-paving path, stopping with its head on one side to regard her. They stared at each other for a long while. Meredith couldn’t shake the sensation that it was judging her.

‘Look,’ she continued to Paula, and the robin. ‘I’m sorry if you thought I was interfering, but I’m worried. It’s not just the lion. You said the door was left open. I really don’t want to freak you out, and I’m not saying there’s any connection to any of it, but with … what happened to Ralph and Andrea, unless the post-mortems show that they both died accidentally, I just think we can’t be too careful.’

She tailed off, rubbing a burgeoning blister on her thumb made by the spade’s handle. She had decided not to burden Paula with all the other weird stuff that had been going on with her. And neither Paula nor Ralph ever knew the truth about who she used to be, nor how she really got the scar on her hand.

‘DS Davis is coming over to see me today,’ Paula said. ‘It might be with the results of the post-mortem. I asked him, but he wouldn’t tell me on the phone. Which means it’s not good news.’

It was as if she was refusing to accept Meredith’s fears that someone might be targeting them.

‘That Gemma woman, the detective, is coming over to see me as well,’ said Meredith.

‘Why would she do that?’ Paula sounded almost outraged.

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