The Shadows in the Street: A Simon Serrailler Mystery by Susan Hill

By Susan Hill

Susan Hill's Simon Serrailler sequence has verified itself as greater crime fare with 4 gripping mental thrillers already in print.Serrailler has simply wrapped up a very laborious and tough case and is on sabbatical on a far-flung Scottish island while he's known as again to Lafferton by way of the manager Constable. neighborhood prostitutes were came across strangled. whilst the spouse of the St. Michael's Cathedral Dean is going lacking after which one other good lady is taken on her option to paintings, the townspeople develop offended and afraid. Serrailler is within the maximum hazard of his lifestyles.

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Where was Hayley, anyway? It was ten past nine, she was supposed to come at nine, that was always the arrangement. Three nights, Hayley came here to stay with Abi’s two; and three nights, Abi took them to Hayley’s. She couldn’t go out until Hayley had arrived, that was a given. Leaving their kids alone was something they had both said they would never do. That was how the arrangement had started, over a year ago. She turned her head and started on the other eye. At least it had stopped raining.

Judith frowned. ‘No,’ she said, ‘Sam wasn’t sick. ’ Sam. More silent than ever. Closed within himself, oyster-like, private. Thin. Too thin. ‘I wish I knew what to do,’ Cat said. ‘I can’t make him talk – really talk. I can’t get through to him at all. He lives like a sort of shadow in this house, he’s here and yet somehow … he isn’t. ’ ‘Some homework. Maths. Watched Doctor Who. Then he went upstairs. I looked in after I’d sorted Felix out. He was lying on the bed with his book but I don’t think he was reading.

Abi felt herself caught in the headlights of one, saw Marie go towards the kerb where another had stopped. Maybe it wasn’t going to be a dead night after all. But it was another twenty minutes before there was anyone else, this time on her side of the street. She moved forwards but it stopped a few yards away and doused the lights. Engine off. Driver’s door open. Bloody hell, it was only him. She moved quickly away. Marie was getting out of a car further up, pushing money into her inside pocket.

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