By Charlotte Lamb
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They must not tell Gabriel. The car stopped and she looked out. 'You stay in the car, my dear,' the policewoman said as she moved, her hand anchoring Marisa against the seat as she realised where they were. The driver had got out and was walking up the path. Marisa watched him knock. Sally opened the door and stared at him, then looked past him at the car, her sensible round face puzzled. The policeman talked and Sally started forward, look¬ing horrified. The policeman halted her, shaking his head.
Her heart leapt wildly until she saw the little girl in it. ' she said to the police¬man. 'Someone has taken him away. ' It was the main thought in her mind. Whoever had taken Jamie must be wheel¬ing him along the High Street if only she could see them—but in which direction? Where were they? The policeman was talking into his walkie-talkie. He looked at her kindly, his smoothly shaven face calm. 'They're sending a car. It won't take long. We'll cruise around and maybe we'll spot the baby. Now don't worry, madam.
They were yours,' said Gabriel through his teeth. 'I gave them to you. ' She had never felt they were hers. They had no connection with her. They were the trappings she was expected to wear when Gabriel took her out into society as his wife. They were the insignia of her status. They outwardly demonstrated that she was the wife of Gabriel Radley, but all the time she had known inside herself that she was not his wife. She was a toy he had suddenly wanted to acquire, another possession for him to add to the vast number he already owned.
Abduction by Charlotte Lamb