*** New version, newly proof-read *** The town of Southney is already rife with rumours of industrial unrest at its largest employer, before a man goes missing on the day he was running the firm's payroll. The search for him leads the detectives to uncover other secrets, find links to a previous missing persons case, and ultimately sees the town's worst fears realised.
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|Title of eBook: Late of the Payroll|
|Release Date: 12-03-2011|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)||Store Sales Rank: 11406|
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Late of the Payroll
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Chapter 1 – The Inspector’s Evening
Inspector Graham Rase sat back on the green leather sofa that ran along the wainscotted wall. He was in the Reading Room of the Club, itself a part of the Royal Hotel and the closest thing that Southney, the town he lived in, had to a gentleman’s club of the old definition. Not that they had yet been reached by anything of the newer definition, of which he was rather glad he considered, as he watched the air move across the large quiet space of the room before him.
‘Will there be anything else, sir?’ asked Parris, the ancient steward of the sanctum.
‘No, thank you, I must be off soon.’...