By Laura Wilson
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Stratton made his way down the rain-slicked pavement of Regent Street, past the taped shop windows with their pitifully small displays of goods. He turned down Vigo Street, round the corner of Savile Row, and into the lobby at West End Central to find three beefy-looking women involved in a catfight, with Cudlipp, the desk sergeant, shouting ‘Ladies! ’ and thrusting out his arms like a boxing referee in a vain attempt to keep order. ’ he asked Sergeant Ballard, who was waiting for him in his office, perched on a corner of his desk.
As he’d moved through the building, keeping a brisk but steady pace, looking calm and resolute, he’d enjoyed the deference of the nurses and the respectful looks of the matrons. In the Gents’, he had admired his wonderful new self in the mirror. He’d only dared appear dressed as a doctor once. It wasn’t likely that he’d be recognised but, with so much at stake, he didn’t want to risk it a second time. Now, he went across to the small square of mirror that hung on a nail above the washstand. Its surface made him think of a river in an industrial town, and gave his sandy hair and moustache and his nondescript features a brown, rather blurred look.
It’s right on top of us,’ he heard her mutter. ‘Keep going, don’t stop, don’t stop . ’ Stratton held his breath. Chug-chug-chug - And then it cut out. ’ Stratton held her hand as tight as he could and turned towards her, shielding her rigid body with his - the thought for all the good it will do flashed through his mind but if they were going to go then at least— The enormous bang rattled the doors and windows as the house seemed to shiver, rock, then settle back once more. There was a crash from the kitchen - plates, perhaps - and Stratton saw a white haze, like November fog, overtake the blackness in the room as plaster drifted down from the ceiling.
An Empty Death by Laura Wilson