2 months, 3 weeks and 5 days ago I decided to write a mystery novel about Wellington, the dog of Mrs. Shears, because Siobhan had told me to write about something I like. I like mystery novels and I like dogs. But Wellington is dead, because Father killed him with a garden fork.
However, before I found out who killed Wellington, I had been doing some detective work. This made Father very upset, because he was afraid that I could find out it was him who killed the dog of Mrs. Shears. He prohibited me to continue in doing my investigation and he hid my novel in his room. He put it into an old shirt box. I found it when I was secretly detecting Father’s room in order to retrieve my confiscated novel. In the box, there were also your 43 letters. Maybe you remember that 43 is my favorite prime number, because NGC 43 is a galaxy in the Andromeda constellation and 43 is also the smallest prime number expressible as the sum of 2, 3, 4, or 5 different primes.Order now
43 = 41 + 2 43 = 2 + 11 + 13 + 17
43 = 11 + 13 + 19 43 = 3 + 5 + 7 + 11 + 17.
I read some of the letters and I discovered that you didn’t have a heart attack – you were alive. It was a big shock for me and I felt very sick. I don’t understand why Father lied about this… I can’t trust him anymore and I am also afraid of him, because he killed Wellington with a garden fork so he might kill me, too.
Mother, I don’t understand why you have never come to my school. Why have you never called me? Siobhan told me that one of my schoolmates who is called Mary lives one week with her mother Mrs. Black in Swindon and one week with her father in Newbury because her parents are divorced. I would prefer to live only with you, but I don’t like big changes and in London there are too many people and it makes me feel frightened and uncomfortable.
Could you come to Swindon? Maybe even this Sunday? I went to post office and I asked how long does it take to a letter to arrive from Swindon to London. She said that it should not take more than one day, but it could take even two days.
Write back or call the landline 020 7875 1445. That’s all for now.