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Oh dear, lots of skeletons are coming out of the cupboards....
Rachel Mills - no relation to Heather- is slowly getting used to being back in Greconville after her years of living in Florida.
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brought her flowers and a Russian Doll like set of Cornish Ware cooking bowls which he has laid out across the brick tiled floor.
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She plays rather childishly with the long row of lovely striped bowls and then pulls herself together and.....
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She generously offers him a biscuit from the selection in the pretty tin that she had purchased in Kensington some time before her divorce.
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does the washing up. Meanwhile upstairs, Rachel's three boys are playing on the landing.....
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with the dogs, generously off-loaded, dumped or donated (take your choice) by Bridget and Monica in the Find-a-dog-a-home drive.
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Rachel's old Grandfather is keeping his fingers crossed that she she will accept James as her husband as he peers gloomily into the Court cupboard
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in a vain search for a full decanter of Port.
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He creeps humbly into the kitchen in the hope of finding the cooking sherry
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She was dismayed to see, upon opening her china cabinet, that one of those sudden and unpredictable earthquakes
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She pulls out the cutlery box and prepares to lay the table.
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Whilst Grandpa Mills was vainly hoping for a sherry, cooking or worse, Oscar was exuberant in the lounge of The Non-Clock House.
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"Certainly getting a bit "Vathtek" in my opinion, but it's Norah who will have to do the dusting - that's if she has any spare time"
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Bryan groaned when he saw what Oscar had bought.
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Although the April weather was unseasonably cold, the sun was shining so the four girls were preparing for a ride.
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Suddenly a shrill scream came from the hayloft. Leaving the pony
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Amanda was peering very cautiously at what looked like a pair of pretty blue shoes peeping out from beneath the large hay bale.
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The two girls struggled to roll the large hay bale off ....what?  Who could it be to have met their death in this lovely stable?
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"Two of you ride as fast as you can to the Police House and get P.C.49. Maybe Mr Temple or Mr Barton might be around too"
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Suddenly, from the pile of hay behind her, there came the sound of coughing and spluttering.
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Since it was still so cold, the girls decided not to have their Thermos flasks of tea
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And talking of Basil de Woodford, gossip has it that Suzannah is back for the May Day holiday.
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She did miss them a great deal, but life at home as Basil's wife, was a suffocating affair.
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She went quietly into the bedroom to leave her things and wash her hands.
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It was nice to be home again and surrounded by the
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Just at that moment, she felt two warm pairs of soft little hands
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The girls waited until Suzannah was ready to go downstairs, playing with the dogs whilst they waited.
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She found the boys playing happily in the nursery, the new toys having been put tidily away for the night.
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They embraced and he gestured to the two cocktails he had placed
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Meanwhile the "Bad News" was upstairs in the guest bedroom trying to be very quiet.
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As Basil held Suzannah in his arms, he was wondering for how much longer this fiasco would continue.
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