That the water boiler had seen better days was not a matter of doubt in the plumber's truly nefarious mind. Normally, the tradesman would have charged the unlucky homeowner an arm and a leg for a badly installed and entirely unnecessary central heating system. This time, the workman contented himself with only what was required — a few well-placed taps with a light wrench, Bob's your uncle, job done.

The plumber couldn't wait to beat a retreat from the well-to-do bungalow at the end of a West Midlands cul-de-sac. He had seen things he should not have seen. George Gillette settled up with the plumber. In the living room, Kendo Nagasaki continued to watch the TV, oblivious.


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