Wedding Photograph

She took a deep breath and then took his hand.

“Joe, you’ve been good to all of us. You know what she’s had to put up with... and she’s not one for complaining. I can’t lose her too. She did her best for my poor boy and now….” She sniffed and felt for her handkerchief again.

”It’ll be a new life for us,” she said. She squeezed his hand.

“For all of us.”

And that was that.

He’d finished at the Yard, he’d given notice on his flat, he’d returned his books to the lending library and followed Glad to Hawes.

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