Thursday, 28 January 2010
Nicola has an idea
We decided to find Emily on our own.
Nicola: 'Let's use my catering experience and organise fancy dress parties. Made-to-order events, not just tarts and vicars. We serve and entertain this exclusive clientele who might know a thing or two about vanishing girls. We'll be like undercover detectives. And naked is the best disguise.'
Tuesday, 26 January 2010
Thursday, 21 January 2010
Ashley meets the girls
We became fast friends. Soon I was spending all my time at her flat in Montague St and fell in with her museum and art crowd. I enjoyed being a patron of their creative debauchery, but I was really just there for Emily.
I preferred our quiet time together. Sometimes I even made us sandwiches.
Our friends would tease us, but I didn't care . . .
and as it happened, they would all be working for me soon enough.
Monday, 18 January 2010
Ashley meets Emily
I was spending a lazy afternoon in the Enlightenment Gallery when a member of staff informed me the snow globe I was holding was not part of the hands-on collection.
So I asked if she'd read my paper on 'Snow Globes of the Renaissance.'
She laughed and said her research was in Tudor coins and she could tell I wasn't the type to be bothered by loose change.
That was Emily. She had me sussed from the start.