Falcon Boy’s house was inside a small close beside the Panic Town Park and Ornamental Gardens. A high hedge surrounded the house and Falcon Boy was convinced that this hedge is the one thing that was stopping hordes of well-wishers and autograph-hunters from knocking on the door.
The house was pink-painted stone with blue clematis following a trellis up and over the porch. There were two windows on the ground floor either side of the front door and two windows above them. Each window was neatly finished with net curtains.
The bright red front door clashed with the pink walls. A handmade sign stuck on the metal flap of the letterbox read ‘Well-Wishers and Autograph-Seekers Always Welcome’.
You would imagine that a very old lady shared this house with a small waddling dog named Prince, who is fond of minced chicken breast and fresh cream. You would never suspect that two superheroes intent on making the world a better place called this home. This got Ellis thinking.
Ellis wanted to be a mechanic or a vet when she grew up, but if it ever so happened that she changed her mind and decided to become a superhero like Falcon Boy or a master detective like Pearly Stockwell who, incidentally, lived in a converted lighthouse that she first inherited from a long-lost relative in Pearly Stockwell and the Letter from the Past, Ellis thought that she would probably need something more impressive than this cute-looking doll’s house of a house.
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