The Evil Genius’s Waiting Room

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On the top floor of a three storey house, on the edge of a new town, somewhere on the outskirts of London, an evil genius has sited his headquarters.

The approach, up narrow, winding, footworn stairs, is well signposted.

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Though the Evil Genius could do with a decent proof reader. You just can’t get the staff these days.

The sign speaks the truth: for this particular Evil Genius has a carefully planned waiting room.

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Note, please, that clients of the Evil Genius are invited to read Kate Shrewsday alongside other top authors.

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On his door, he sports pre-emptive signage:

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Though you are also invited to knock. Even if we are at DEFCON 1.

This must rank as one of the most well-communicated, hospitable Evil Geniuses this side of the Atlantic.

Bt then: I would say that. He is my son, after all.

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