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He had replaced a nice, gentle man, who had been popular with the older ladies, but ineffective in raising the church’s profile and certainly not a great money-spinner. ” John said. “I suppose one of our churchgoers would know a bit of his background. After all, vicars get interviewed, like anybody applying for a job. ” “I’ll ask Lois,” Derek said. “She and the girls clean for him once a week. She’ll have all the info we need. ” New Brooms was not exactly a cover for Lois’s work with the Tresham police, but ever since the business was set up she had investigated cases locally on an independent basis, using her cleaners to gather information.

FOUR MUM? ” “Hi, son. ” Lois smiled broadly. If she allowed herself to have a favourite offspring, it would be Douglas. Her firstborn, he had been easy from the start. Even tempered and cheerful, he had lulled her into a sense of false security on the child upbringing front. When Josie came along, she was fretful, needing constant attention and yelling if she didn’t get it. Derek had said that girls were always more difficult, and what did she expect? Three stroppy generations of women, in his view.

Especially now, when people are losing their jobs and money’s tight. ” “Yes, well, that may be so. But you must know by now, there’s some pretty rum customers in Farnden. ” said Josie. She knew her mother’s tendency to overdramatise, but at the same time she was often right, seeming to know things before anyone else did. ” she added. ” He had, of course. But knowing Josie’s burgeoning relationship with Cowgill’s nephew, Lois decided to deny it. “Not yet,” she said. “But if there really is something in the rumour, no doubt he will be.

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