Betty Smith was no prude. But even the broadminded have their limits and her RAF boyfriend David Williams overstepped hers
Master Detective May 2011
Betty Smith was no prude. But even the broadminded have their limits and her RAF boyfriend David Williams overstepped hers when he told her there were no taboos in his life. He said he even enjoyed sex with animals. So Betty decided that she no longer wanted to see him. But letting him down gently would be no easy feat, as the jury at Liverpool Assizes would hear.
Everyone in the village of Little Marlow knew George Bailey. He was known as the “musical milkman.” But by 1920 he was attracting attention for entirely different reasons.
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