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"Mr. Marks Bains you are under arrest on suspicion of the murder of Susie Marsh." Mark was a normal man with a normal life. He had never got on the wrong side of the law. He didn't expect one drunken mistake to turn his life around

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"Mr. Marks Bains you are under arrest on suspicion of the murder of Susie Marsh." Mark was a normal man with a normal life. He had never got on the wrong side of the law. He didn't expect one drunken mistake to turn his life around, but it had. Mark had recently got married to a woman called Anne and moved into a new house. Coincidentally, their neighbours were also a newly wed couple, Tim and Susie Marsh. The area was a nice, quite area in the suburbs. The houses were rather big, and were a perfect location to live in. It was like a little village in itself, a little round-a-bout in the middle, surrounded by houses with beautifully grown front gardens, and wide, long drive - ways. Both couples became really good friends once getting to know one and other; so much that they seemed inseparable. They decided to have a joint honeymoon and went to Malaysia. Time was passing by and although they had a fantastic time together in the exotic country, one night, after dinner, the evening took an unexpected turn. Just before leaving, Anne and Susie had gone to the bathroom. As they came out they saw Tim hit the floor like a dead weight. Mark grabbed hold of Anne, hurried out of there and were on the next flight back home. ...read more.

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Mark closed his eyes; he tried to recover his thoughts and memories from the night before. But his concentration was cut short with a violent knock. As confused as before, he opened the door to find a policeman standing there, standing there as if a tranquilizer had just shot him. "Mr. Mark Bains?" "Yes." "Mr. Mark Bains, you are under arrest on suspicion of the murder of Susie Marsh." "What?" He was traumatized. He knew that Tim had made his wild accusations but he never thought that the police would turn up at his door. "We found your prints all over the room in which the murder is thought to have taken place." "But how... ... I ... ... ... they couldn't have been." "You're going to have to come down to the station with me." He had so many things going through his mind that he didn't realize that he was sitting in the cramped, warm interrogation room of a police station. All he could think about was finding Anne. She would believe him. But in order to get to Anne he needed to get out of the police station. An hour and a half later, Mark had been released as the police had done their questioning and were not able to produce any evidence linking him directly to the murder. ...read more.

Conclusion

He told the other two what he thought had gone on that night. "Susie arrived in London the night of Tim's birthday. When we returned home, Tim asked me to swap wives. The next thing I can remember is waking up in an empty bed." "That night Tim did come to the house, but that was to tell me that you were going to be staying at his for a bit," added Anne. "They must have knocked you unconscious and put your prints all over the room. Tim and Claire then killed Susie and Claire got on the next flight to Geneva so that no-one would suspect anything." "That's why Tim stopped me from opening the body bag, so I wouldn't be able to see Susie's face, because he knew if I did then his plan would be ruined," said Mark, in a rush of understanding. "And now Susie is dead and Tim and Claire have disappeared with the one million pounds insurance money, and I'm the prime suspect." Mark then realized if Tim had already received the money then he would try to flee the U.K. They had to get back to London and fast. Will Mark be believed by the police? Will Mark be free from being the prime suspect? Will they be able to reach London? Will Tim and Claire get caught? Will they receive the justice they deserve? People who deserve justice do not always receive it. ...read more.

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