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Whitechapel by Sam Gafford

Author:Sam Gafford [Gafford, Sam]

Language: eng

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ISBN: 9781546898948

Publisher: Ulthar Press

Published: 2017-10-11T23:00:00+00:00


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Whitechapel by Sam Gafford

Chapter 32

At length they all to merry London came,

To merry London, my most kindly nurse,


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Whitechapel by Sam Gafford

Author:Sam Gafford [Gafford, Sam] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Sam Gafford [Gafford, Sam]

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781546898948

Publisher: Ulthar Press

Published: 2017-10-11T23:00:00+00:00
Chapter 32

At length they all to merry London came,

To merry London, my most kindly nurse,

That to me gave this life’s first native source;

Though from another place I take my name,

An house of ancient fame.

—Edmund Spenser

“Where?” I asked, a little more frantic than I intended.

The Brothers looked at me a little oddly before Wendell replied, “Someplace called Hanbury Street.”

“The rumour is that a woman was murdered and . . . unspeakable things were done to her.” I could tell that Robert was visibly shaken and very uncomfortable about the whole subject.

I had to leave. I had to get out of that store right away, but I couldn’t let The Brothers know why. I pretended to feel faint and grabbed hold of a nearby table, nearly spilling a pile of books.

Wendell was immediately at my side. “Albert! Are you all right?”

I nodded. “Yes, it’s just all the excitement. I’m sorry, but I think I should go home and rest. Would you mind?”

Even Robert looked concerned, which made me feel all the guiltier.

“Of course, Albert, of course. By all means, go home and rest. You shouldn’t even have come in today.”

“Yes,” Robert agreed, “you are still recovering. Get back to your bed, Albert, we shall hold the fort here.”

I thanked them profusely and bounded out the door. But of course, I did not head home; instead, I went straight to Arthur’s.

After I pounded frantically on the door for several minutes, Rose, their maid, appeared.

“I’m sorry, Mr. Besame, but I’m afraid that Mr. Machen isn’t here at the moment.”

I had never expected that Arthur wouldn’t be at home and was, quite frankly, amazed that he wasn’t.

“Might I see Amy, er, Mrs. Machen then?”

Rose’s face clouded. “I’m afraid that can’t be allowed, sir. Madam is resting at the moment.”

Something about the way she said that didn’t sit well with me.

“Resting? Is she ill?”

Rose hesitated. “I really shouldn’t say, sir. It’s not my place.”

“Of course not. You are absolutely right. Do you have any idea when Mr. Machen will return?”

“No, sir. But I hope it’s soon. He’s been gone for some time.”

“What do you mean?”

Rose chewed on her lower lip, debating whether she should trust me. “He . . .” she hesitated, “the master hasn’t been home since he left after breakfast . . . yesterday morning.”

“Yesterday? You mean he’s been gone all night?”

Rose nodded anxiously.

“Is he in the habit of doing this?”

“I’m sorry, sir, I’ve said too much. When he comes back, I’ll let him know you called.”

With that she shut the door in my face, leaving me standing dumbly on the stoop while the street traffic rushed by behind me.

I quickly grabbed a hansom and asked for Hanbury Street. My driver smiled at me as I climbed into the carriage and said, “Off to see the body, ’ey? I hear this is a ripe one!”

I tried to get more details, but he was strangely silent. It took several minutes for me to realise that he expected to be paid for his gossip, so I kept my coins in my pocket.



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