On the drive home from Sharpington Shelley Larson was bombarded with questions from the twins about the Potters, and by the time they got back to Mornington they had extracted every ounce of information about them.
Despite the fact that they lived in a small village the long awaited first meeting between the Larsen girls and the Potter boys didn’t happen in Mornington but at the Seaside town of Sharpington-by-Sea, and even then they kept missing each other.
hear the storm hear the rain fall tell her my love tell her it all i will wait once more over again tell her so that she will know ~ thoughts of joy...
Dee and Elsa Larsen were twins, blue eyed, blonde and very gorgeous, Elsa was the older of the two by a few minutes, and stood five foot two while Dee was an inch shorter, and they lived in the quaint chocolate box English Village of Mornington-By-Mere, which was the beating heart of the Finchbottom Vale, which nestled between the Ancient Dancingdean Forest and the rolling Pepperstock Hills.
Alan Kitson sat in the kitchen of his home drinking coffee when he heard the back door open and his Deputy Head, Amanda Clark, appeared wearing an overcoat.
The New Year’s Eve party at the Mornington Manor was in full swing when Samantha arrived, she’d had to work late so arranged to meet Kevin at the party.
It was a cool damp evening at Abbottsfield, the home of Abbottsford Town Football Club but it was really buzzing.
John Holt was the same age as Bill Overend but joined the force two years after him but they had become firm friends from the moment they met.
The beautiful Downshire village of Clerembeax St Giles was situated to the west of Abbeyvale located between Grace Hill and Bushy Down and on the outskirts was the Clerembeax Palace Hotel and Spa.