Between Cuppas and Coppers; THE WAY IT IS
Byline: JOHN EDWARDS
A GOOD look at a face you could understand, but this was only a voice at the other end of the cafe and it made the detective stop mid-sentence and turn around.
Do you know her? he was asked. 'I've heard her before somewhere,' the cop said. He lifted himself and fixed the voice to the redhead sitting behind him, in front of the day's menu stuck in the street windows. A touch of Ireland was in the voice.
He was lucky to be one of many in his business who could turn a voice and a face into a file, pull it from his memory and have a case history laid out in his mind.
This place was on the Edgware Road in London, which was a good cafe to drop into and turned …
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Publication information: Article title: Between Cuppas and Coppers; THE WAY IT IS. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Daily Mail (London). Publication date: September 9, 1997. Page number: 10. © 2007 Daily Mail. COPYRIGHT 1997 Gale Group.
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