That makes sense to me-if it came out of that house of course!
But alternatively, it could be MB stopping by the pub and finding out about the work there (but nothing about a diary)and him putting two and two together about hoax and then contacting Doreen correct?
also whats "Bobs your uncle" mean? LOL! sorry I'm just a dumb yank!
Abby, it means 'there it is,' or 'there you have it.'
It comes from when Lord Salisbury (Robert [Bob] Cecil) appointed his nephew Arthur Balfour to a senior position when no one thought that he should get the post. Therefore he only got the job because 'Bob was his uncle.'
The joys of the English language! Even we don't understand it most of the time
"There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact!"