“I’m the daddy now!”
“Who sent in the bouncers?” Janice looked furious.
She pointed to two guys in suits. One of them was outspan orange with a shoe-polish black hair scraped back, while the other was bald and wore a black turtle neck with a thick gold neck-chain. They were eying the cubical desks up and down and nodding to each other in encouragement.
Bernard ushered them into his office before looking around guiltily.
Janice had that eye-popping look she gets when she is in fear of being passed over promotion or spends too long sniffing dry-wipe pens. “Who are they? And what are they up to?”
Ian said, “They are Quandix.”
I thought it was some term of abuse he’d picked up from his holiday in Greece and smiled knowingly.
“They are team managers for a couple of new teams that Bernard is ‘insourcing’ for a future campaign.” Ian said, pulling on his ‘Attack of the Clones’ tie.
The two hoods looked through the window of Bernard’s office as Bernard pointed towards us …
The Krays have moved in on my manor!