By Robert Goddard
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Name of Tantris. I know nothing about him. Sounds foreign. But then so do we. None of us has met him. ' 'It might. ' 'Not if we talk him round. ' Irene looked reproachfully at him, as if disappointed by the suggestion that this was all there was to it. 'I thought you had a right to know. You stand to benefit along with the rest of us. ' 'It's Dad who'd be doing the throwing. And the benefit's questionable. It would just take Gorton Lodge that bit longer to work their way through the money. ' For the second time that night, Nick stared at his sister in astonishment.
But. . ' 'You're getting good at this. That's an eighteen-twenties window. There was a lot of cleaning and restoration done then, with quite a few tracery lights moved or replaced and several whole new windows installed. ' This is a church. These windows are not just objets d'art. 26 They're lessons in glass. The Creation. The Fall. The Flood. ' 'Not as it stands. And there should be. ' 'Oh, there was. We have that from a churchwarden of the period. And talking of churchwardens, one of the present incumbents has lent me the key to the tower.
All right. Time to come clean. You haven't seen Dad in over a year. Well, he's gone down quite a lot lately. He's become . . frail, I suppose you'd call it. I remember him as such a big man. Now he's . . ' 'And showing it. If Mum was still alive, it might be different. ' Even as he mentioned his parents' long serving cleaning lady, Nick calculated that she could hardly be far off eighty-four herself. ' 'As far as her cataracts allow, yes. But she's not of much practical use any more. ' There's a place at Tavistock that Anna reckons would be ideal for him.