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    Roscoe’s Leap – Gillian Cross

    “Stephen walked along the gallery with the Daily Telegraph under his arm, a bottle of milk in one hand and half a pound of frozen mince in the other. His trainers were almost silent, padding from diamond to daisy to diamond n the elaborate parquet floor. But no one would have heard him if he had run across in hobnailed boots. The noise of the water drowned out everything else.  For Hannah Roscoe’s Leap is just the huge, decaying house where she, her brother and her mother live. She spends all her time tinkering with the old mechanics of the house and trying to get a straight answer out of…