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Lilly chased the last strand of spaghetti around her plate and picked up a housing transfer refusal. She placed it on top of the others and counted them. Five. In the past year Grace had made five applications to the council to move and had kept all five letters of refusal. There was even a letter from Grace’s MP thanking her for attending the surgery but apologising that she was unable to help as Grace had rent arrears, and it was local authority policy not to move anyone until all rent payments were up-to-date.

Lilly would give it her best shot but the question was whether her client would have the stomach for the road ahead. Lilly knocked three times and waited. She gave the girl sufficient time to hide any contraband and let herself in. ‘Hi there. ’ The girl sat on her bed and hugged her knees. Her chin was tucked into her chest and her lank hair, the colour of pee, fell like a greasy mask, obscuring Kelsey’s face. Her frame was so slight she reminded Lilly of a small bird hiding under her wing. Lilly smiled and gestured to the bare walls.

Three times, my love,’ Lilly replied. ’ Lilly’s mobile rang. She ruffled her son’s hair and checked the caller ID. ‘Hi Jack. ’ ‘Me too,’ said Jack. ’ Lilly left the correct money on the counter and scooped the greasy packet into the crook of her arm. ’ ‘On the night Grace was murdered a neighbour saw Kelsey entering the flat on two separate occasions. ’ CHAPTER THREE Wednesday, 9 September It was the same as always. The girl covered her ears to drown out the noise. Life on site was never quiet.

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