The End of the Line by Malcolm Gluck

It is a pleasant morning. I have eaten a substantial breakfast of smoked salmon and scrambled eggs with my Earl Grey. In three hours, all being well, my lover Henri(etta)will throw herself into my arms at Euston – well, a discreet brushing of lips and cheeks will ensue at least.

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Malcolm Gluck has written 41 books on wine and for sixteen years wrote the "Superplonk" column in The Guardian. His first foray into fiction is Château Lafite & Other Stories, available at Waterstones and Amazon. Two more short story collections are planned. He lives alone in Hampstead with a bicycle and 5000 books (not written by him).

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