An extract from Chapter 4 of 'Harry Lampeter and the War with Scotland'

On the show’s farewell night at the pub, as Harry sat at the entrance to the music room selling tickets, a strange figure approached. From the build and height, he guessed it was a woman, but she wore a pin-striped suit, with wide lapels, turn-up trousers, a trilby hat, shiny black brogues and what looked like a regimental tie. She carried a silver handled Malacca cane, which Harry suspected was a sword-stick. The monocle through which she stared unblinkingly at him made the costume even more incongruous as he fumbled for her change. 
‘I haven’t got all f***ing day, you know,’ she hissed as he handed the coins over. 

An extract from 'Harry Lampeter and the War with Scotland'

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