Extraordinary Acquisitions Metropolitan Museum of paintings 1965-1975
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Asked Peter. 'A lot of t h e boys go to a café a b o u t a kilometre from here, close to t h e Scala C i n e m a , ' t h e caretaker replied. ' Peter t h a n k e d t h e caretaker. He left the school a n d drove d o w n to t h e café which t h e caretaker h a d told h i m about. ' A crowd of boys a n d girls aged fifteen or sixteen were standing by the door. Peter went up to t h e m , said hello a n d t h e n asked t h e m if they knew Mr Stevens. ' S t e v e n s , ' said o n e of the boys. ' I ' m glad h e ' s dead.
39 Peter stood u p . ' W e ' l l c o m e back at two o'clock,' he said. ' C o m e o n , J o h n , let's g o . ' Peter a n d J o h n left t h e h o u s e a n d walked d o w n t h e street. T h e y stopped at a café on t h e corner a n d w e n t in. 'I d o n ' t k n o w , ' said J o h n after they h a d sat d o w n . 'Bob Steel w a s n ' t m u c h h e l p , was h e ? ' ' L e t ' s wait a n d see,' said Peter. ' ' N e i t h e r h a v e I,' said Peter. ' J o h n laughed. 'I h o p e t h a t ' s e n o u g h , ' he said.
Bob Steel got off at the bus station in the c e n t r e of t h e t o w n . H e r e , it was easier for Peter to follow because t h e r e were m o r e people. S o o n , Bob Steel t u r n e d into a narrow side street. Peter followed h i m . But w h e n Peter t u r n e d t h e corner, he was surprised to see t h a t t h e side street was empty. Peter walked along t h e side street slowly a n d carefully, stopping every few metres to listen. Half-way d o w n t h e street, he could hear voices coming from a dark shop doorway.