By Joan Lingard
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She looked round from one to the other. Her lower lip trembled slightly. ’ ommy took hold of her arm. Linda pulled it away and rubbed her elbow with her hand as if he had hurt her. ‘Mind your manners, Tommy,’ said his father sharply. Tommy’s face closed tightly. He went to the window and stood looking into the small back yard. A patch of sunlight touched the dustbin but the rest was in shadow. ’ Linda looked at Tommy’s back. He did not move. ‘That’s right, Linda,’ said Mr Jackson. ’ Linda kept her eyes on Tommy.
Said Linda. ’ He and Sadie left Linda and her mother. When they heard the Mullets’ door shut, Sadie said, ‘There’s times when I could spit in that woman’s eye. ’ ‘Oh give over, Sadie,’ said Tommy wearily, feeling he had had enough of women for one day. ’ She shrugged and then said, ‘I’m getting ready for the storm. ’ The storm broke as soon as they came into the kitchen. Sadie stood with her head up listening to her mother’s tirade. ’ said her mother. ’ said her father. ’ Sadie opened the kitchen door.
He set them down on the table. Sadie introduced him reluctantly to the girls who flashed bright smiles at him, but as soon as she said his name she could see their thoughts ticking over. Kevin McCoy. A Catholic name, unmistakably Catholic. Sadie stared them hard in the eyes, daring them to show anything they were thinking. ‘Well, we’d better be getting along. ’ They took another look at Kevin before they went out. They would be waiting for her in the cloakroom in the morning bursting with questions that she would not answer.
Across the Barricades by Joan Lingard