By Andrea Badenoch
It's 1962 in a pit village in County Durham. every body appears to be like backwards in the direction of the traditions of the previous. Gloria the hair stylist is a contemporary girl, but if her younger cousin reveals her physique floating in a pond, the village is printed to be concealing a intensity of secrets and techniques.
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There was a sea of hands. ' Not an arm was raised. 'I declare this motion passed. We've now reached standing orders. ' Marek stood again in the front bay of his sitting room watching nothing except darkness. A train rattled somewhere close, there was a dull glint from the almost invisible pond, a few drops of rain pattered on the glass. He turned and sat down in a faded armchair. A table lamp glowed weakly in a corner. A cheerless fire burned in the grate. He leaned forward, and with the tongs dropped more coal on to the small blaze.
Dead but not forgotten. I've got to speak of her. Otherwise, it's like she never happened. Like she never existed. She pointed at her friend's stiff helmet of hair. 'Gloria said that's a no-no. She said rollers are finished, as well as lacquer and backcombing. ' She paused. 'She said it's all in the cut. The skill of cutting is an art as well as a science. ' exclaimed Petra, forcefully. Kathleen jumped in surprise. She felt her cheeks redden and lowered her eyes to the table. She swallowed nervously.
Slowly, very slowly she removed the lower scarf. Completely naked and swaying her hips, she shimmied back and forth to one side of the bay and then to the other. She smiled in a way she believed to be sexy. After a minute or two she moved back into the room, put on her childish dressing gown and turned off the lights. In anonymous darkness she returned to the window. She peered outside. To her surprise she could see nothing. She had half expected a gaggle of boys, who she knew would hang around almost silently, for hours, whispering and making lewd gestures.
Blink (Macmillan crime) by Andrea Badenoch