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She took a bottle of green tea to the counter, where a woman was packing a vegetable Jill had never seen before into small bags. 'Okra. More fibre than any other vegetable! ' The shopkeeper continued to pack as she spoke. ' Jill wanted to know. 'I don't know. Never had it! ' 'Okay. Why not. ' Jill rummaged through the bottom of her bag for her purse. 'Two dollars,' the woman replied, beaming as she filled Jill a fresh bag containing twice as much as the others she had packed. Jill crossed the road, cramming the bag of vegetables into her handbag.
But then again, no one but Isobel and his former commanding officers knew about his medical discharge on psychiatric grounds. People thought his tour of Rwanda had changed him; they had no idea how much. Turned out, though, that his skills were in high demand in civvy street. The ability to lead, proven discipline and analytical expertise – he'd had a choice of jobs. He'd taken a role as fraud investigator for an insurance company, because he thought it sounded boring and he wouldn't have to work in a team.
You've gotta cook it absorption method. ' Was he done? Jill waited. 'Some people eat it with yoghurt,' he said. He sat silently. Seemed satisfied. ' she said. ' There were trees on both sides of the road now, large houses thrown around the hills surrounding them. The scrub grew more dense as the car ahead indicated right. Within a kilometre they were on a wide road, sealed, but without curbs and gutters. Jill was amazed at the rural outlook – they were so close to built-up suburbs, but around her were bushland, orchards, grazing cattle and sheep.