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Not really,’ she said, going behind the counter and collecting the charts Rachel had left out. ’ Declan asked, settling on one of the high stools next to her. ‘Russell Kernow, age seventy-five, lives alone,’ Emma said. ‘I saw him at the surgery a week ago. He was presenting with an incessant cough, raised temperature. I prescribed roxithromycin. His condition didn’t improve and I admitted him two days ago. He was seriously dehydrated, complained his chest felt tight. I’ve placed him on an inhaler twice daily and the cough seems to have diminished slightly.
Yes, he was…’ A pause. Awkward. Until Declan resumed gently, ‘Over the years I kept in touch with your dad. Any career-change I considered, I ran it past him first. He was my mentor and I considered him my friend. ’ Emma nodded, swallowing past the lump in her throat. ’ Her mouth compressed as if shutting off the flow of emotion. ’ ‘I’m between jobs, actually. ’ Emma straightened in her chair, the oddest feeling of unease slithering up her backbone. ’ Declan’s perceptions whipped into high awareness.
Well, it’s more than he told me about you, Emma thought, blinking several times in quick succession, long lashes swooping against her pale cheeks. ’ Declan’s words filled an uncomfortable gap. ‘I would have been in touch before this but I’ve been out of the country. ’ She nodded. His voice was deep and resonant. Smooth like red wine. Emma could feel its impact like a thump to her chest, momentarily disarming her. ’ She indicated a conversation area in front of the big bay window. As they settled, Emma took several quick, all-encompassing peeks at him, recording short finger-combed dark hair, a lean face, strong features, olive complexion.