By Charlotte Lamb
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The man straightened and flicked his cigarette to the floor, treading on it. 'We're looking, Mrs. Radley,' he "said, and went out. The policewoman was less watchful, her manner slightly easier. 'We have to be sure,' she said. ‘These things do happen. Don't worry, everything is being done. Everyone who was in the vicinity is being asked to come forward with any information about you or Jamie. We've got loudspeaker vans touring the area of the High Street. ' 'Someone must have seen Jamie,' Marisa said.
Broadcast? ' That hadn't occurred to her until now. Her name broadcast, sent out across London on the radio? Puzzled, the policewoman said: 'The evening papers have got the story too. ” Marisa swayed, her head falling forward to rest on the table. The policewoman ran forward to her. 'Are you all right? ' Marisa was swimming in misty seas, her mind submerged beneath waves of ice-cold shock. She wasn't even conscious of the other woman's pres¬ence. Her body was limp, her skin damp with perspiration.
She half rose and the woman quickly showed her into a small white-tiled lavatory. Marisa swayed, her forehead dewed with chilly perspiration. Her whole body was icy. Sickness came and went in waves. She heard the policewoman talking in the further room and after washing her face with cold water she went back. There was tea standing on the unpolished desk. Marisa sat down and accepted one of the mugs. The warmth of the hot liquid reached her as she took the mug between both hands, and she sipped, leaning over the desk, shuddering.