Angel Confidential by Mike Ripley

By Mike Ripley

Fitzroy Maclean Angel’s newest hair-raising experience comprises a doubtful non secular cult, an impoverished minor aristocrat with a love of vintage autos and a really shady solicitor with a very ordinary spouse. not just that, yet he additionally has to deal with rookie inner most eye Veronica Blugden, discover why her place of work is being vandalised and notice what his bike-riding buddy purple is as much as, promoting all that mysterious white powder...Complete with a brand new, specially-written advent by means of the writer.

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I pulled it out and found a 35 mm camera with flash attachment on the end. I couldn’t tell if the camera was damaged or not, but there was no film in it. Like most of the gear in the office, it was no great prize, and probably the tripod was worth more than the camera, but still you’d have thought it worth having away. Could it have been the film somebody was after? The whole set up smelled of more than simple vandalism, and it could be that the film was the one thing missing. The one thing the cops had overlooked.

And it is Vonnie’s first big case, you know, and she’s ever so worried about Mr Block. So you’ve got to do what you can to help. It’s only fair, isn’t it? I think that’s everything. ’ But she’d gone. At least I now knew how to get round client confidentiality. Forget the thumbscrews and the cigarette burns. Give her a cup of Horlicks and a new pair of tights and she’d tell you Anne Frank was in the attic. I went to bed and read for an hour until Springsteen’s growling warned me Veronica was creeping about trying to make herself comfortable on the sofa.

I’ll be perfectly comfortable on that sofa you’ve got. ’ ‘The thought hadn’t crossed my mind,’ I said honestly. I was brushing my teeth in my minuscule bathroom when there was a gentle knock on my door, but it wasn’t Veronica, it was Fenella again. I motioned her in with my toothbrush, my mouth full of paste, and she talked over my shoulder as I turned back to the sink. ‘Now, don’t shoot the messenger, Angel. I’ve only sneaked up here because Lisabeth told me to. ’ ‘Den ‘et on wi’ it,’ I said to the mirror, foaming at the mouth.

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