Welcome to the third part of this Christmas story – The Snowman by Gordon Le Pard
The mystery set in 1814 deepens with the discovery that the person that they know as Mr. Scott may not be who he seems.. and there is now concern for the welfare of the cousin of the Misses Beddoes… and the snowman seems intent on pointing the participants in the right direction…
The Snowman Part Four by Gordon Le Pard
Sunday December 25th 1814
The Rev Edward Grainger scraped the ice off the parlour window to see that snowflakes were already falling from a leaden sky, the snowman was back where it had been. As on all communion Sundays he walked over to the church well before the rest of his family, though this time he was accompanied by James. As they placed the vessels on the end of the communion table James said.
“It does seem a pity not to use them more often.”
“True, but the rubric says that communion should be offered four times a year.”