Hellogon by John Booth

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I can’t tell you anything more except that I move around between here and there. You’ll likely find out more in time. ” Peter tried to lighten the mood. Sal looked puzzled at his words for a second or two. “I’m not a Goth. ” Peter said. As soon as he made the joke, he realised how feeble it was. “No, silver and crosses don’t work anyway,” Sal said seriously. “I have to go. ” Peter looked at his watch and was horrified to find it was half past eleven. His mother would be worried. Not only that, he didn’t have a clue where he was, having got lost when they travelled through the alleys.

Col and Kay seemed to be trying to decide whether to rush at Peter or run away. He was supposed to be an easy mark but neither wanted to get hurt trying to rescue Gaz. Peter didn’t have a clue what to do. Even defending himself was illegal, given the papers he and his mother signed before they left the Establishment. He could be in trouble for restraining Gaz and the last thing he wanted was for the police to find out. While the teenagers stood trying to figure out what to do next, a muscular Chinese man in a black business suit got out of the front passenger side of the Rolls Royce and opened its rear door.

Chapter Three Trouble Peter sat down at the table in the farthest corner away from the door with his back to a wall. The chips were excellent, not like the pre-processed French fries served in American fast food outlets. These were proper chunky British chips, sliced from freshly peeled King Edward potatoes and fried at high temperature so their outer surfaces were crisp while their centres were soft and steaming. The fish was good too, a generous fillet of cod coated in batter, thick and crunchy on the outside with the boneless filleted fish inside white and flaky.

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