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If they hesitate, he reckons he’s in with a chance. He gets a lot of noes that way, but a remarkable number of yesses, and when he didn’t register an instant negative from me, I was as good as signed up. ‘It’s a peach of an earner,’ he went on quickly. ’ ‘All that means is it’s cash-in-hand and there are women involved somewhere. ’ He looked at me disapprovingly. Well, he tried to. ‘You can be really mercenary at times, Mr Angel. ’ ‘Of course. I’ve got a lot on my mind: the state of the economy, interest rates, disarmament in the Warsaw Pact, lead in petrol, why nobody lets England win at cricket any more, does the Aids scare mean we’ll never have another vampire movie, are 48 satellite TV channels enough …’ ‘Okay, okay, lay off the ear-bashing.
Haven’t seen you for a while, Mac,’ she said, tight-lipped as she dropped the cheese rolls into a brown paper bag. I suddenly realised she was talking to me. She thought my surname was Maclean. ‘I’ve been working up north,’ I smiled, convinced that for her the North began at Cannon Street. ’ I wasn’t sure whether she was referring to regional unemÂ�ployment figures or the fact that I claimed to have actually worked for once. ’ I nodded to the twin tape-deck behind the bar as she counted out my change.
He parked ten yards or so after the last house, outside a wire-mesh fence in front of a late 1950s prefabricated school. There was a handkerchief-size tarmac playground in front and a wooden sign, which somebody had tried to set fire to, saying Dwyer Street Infants’ School. Prentice got out of his Escort and locked it, then pointed to the gate of the school yard. I pulled Armstrong in behind his car, got out and joined him by the gate. There was no padlock on it, and it squealed as Prentice pushed it open.