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Mandy wanted to get away, to hide. So she booked into an out of the way hotel under a false name, and told no one where she had gone. Bad move, the manager of the hotel had a hidden past, a deep dark secret, and Mandy was about to find out what that secret was.

Her second bad move was opening the door to the big, well muscled but extremely ugly guy who claimed to be room service.....

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Excerpt..

Twenty seven year old Mandy opened the door of her hotel room to someone she thought was room service. To be fair to her, it was a member of the hotel staff, but it was not room service. It was not the person who was supposed to be bringing her a cheese and pickle sandwich (heavy on the cheese, light on the pickle) and a cup of raspberry tip tea. Room service had been told by The Manager not to bother making the sandwich, because Mandy would not be staying long enough in the hotel to enjoy her sandwich. Then instead of room service, The Manager told this person to visit Mandy.

The person at Mandy`s hotel room door was the security officer for the hotel. He had been sent up to Mandy`s room by The Manager a few minutes after Mandy had rung down for her cheese and pickle sandwich (heavy on the cheese, light on the pickle) and her cup of raspberry tip tea. He had intended to to send the security officer up later anyway, but the fact that Mandy had ordered the light snack caused him to bring his plans forward. Sometimes guests got suspicious if a member of the hotel staff knocked on their door without good reason. Not that they got suspicious of the staff themselves, most hotel guests trusted hotel staff (up to a point), but when someone knocked on their door and announced "I am the hotel`s security officer, can I come in for a moment", some guests did not believe them, they had heard of people pretending to be hotel staff to get into a hotel room then robbing the unsuspecting guest, stealing their money, jewellery, passport, or kidneys. OK, so most people did not believe stories about "strange men" drugging people in low rent hotels and removing one or more of their internal organs to sell on the black market. But when a "strange man" knocks on their door, and they are all alone in a low rent hotel, unreasonable fear takes over their mind, and they get scared for the bits inside their bodies that they would rather see remain inside their bodies. And even if fear of organ snatchers does not cross their mind, fear of the common, or garden, variety of thief hits their paranoid little brains. In general people tend not to like being hit on the head and having their valuables stolen.

Of course, in most cases, this fear is unreasonable and stupid.

But in Mandy`s case, it was both reasonable and sensible.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

The hotel Manager liked to do a bit of a background check on his guests before they checked in. This was because when they paid by credit card they sometimes used a stolen card. And sometimes they skipped out without even attempting to pay with a stolen card, just snuck out without paying. Either way, The Manager lost money. So wherever possible he did a check as soon as they arrived. These checks were usually useless, there is little you can do to check up on a hotel guest unless you have the resources of the FBI, and the hotel Manager did not have the resources of the FBI. All he had was a broadband Internet connection, and a receptionist who claimed to be an ex-private eye (this was a lie, but the receptionist did know a bit about the business and was occasionally able to find something for his boss this way).

Mandy was one of those "occasional times". The receptionist had found out that her name was not Mandy Franks at all, but he could not find out her real name. All he got was that she was travelling anonymously on a false passport, that she had told no one where she was going, and that she was trying hard to make sure that no one ever found out where she was. This, in itself, was not a problem for The Manager. The hotel was one of those shabby little holes, slightly off the beaten track, and desperately in need of a good cleaner, a coat of paint, and (preferably) being knocked down and replaced with a better building. But none of these were going to happen. Consequently the clientèle consisted of two elderly people who had become permanent residents as they could not afford anything better, a few low paid itinerant workers, who used it for the same reason, a guy who had been thrown out by his wife and did not want to get anything better because he hoped that she would have him back on day (she never would, and eventually he would commit suicide in the hotel), an occasional travelling salesman trying to economise, prostitutes who lived there because they no longer cared, prostitutes who did not live there but used the hotel to bring their clients to, "couples" who were not "couples", but were cheating on their spouses, and wanted somewhere out of the way to fuck, and people who had committed crimes and were hiding out until the heat died down and they could spend their loot. This last group were The Manager`s favourite type of guest. Although you would think, as criminals, they would be a high risk group - very likely to skip out without paying, and taking anything they could nick with them. But they were not like that. The last thing they wanted was The Manager calling the police because they had not paid the bill, it would start a trail that might lead the police to wherever they went to next. So they were prompt payers, and rarely argued over the bill. Also, most were model guests. They did not want anyone to notice them, so they kept quiet, kept their heads down, and behaved themselves. Thirdly, they usually paid in cash. The Manager loved this, the money went straight in his pocket without the tax man knowing about it.

When the hotel receptionist told The Manager that Mandy was travelling anonymously under a false name and on a false passport, had told no one where she was going, and was trying hard to make sure that no one ever found out where she was, he decided she was either a criminal on the run (his favourite type of guest) or a woman who had left her husband and did not want him to find her. Either way he expected her to pay, and probably pay in cash too.

But there was another reason The Manager took special notice of the information his receptionist gave him. And it was all to do with a secret buried in The Manager`s past.


Excerpt..

Twenty seven year old Mandy opened the door of her hotel room to someone she thought was room service. To be fair to her, it was a member of
the hotel staff, but it was not room service. It was not the person who was supposed to be bringing her a cheese and pickle sandwich (heavy
on the cheese, light on the pickle) and a cup of raspberry tip tea. Room service had been told by The Manager not to bother making the
sandwich, because Mandy would not be staying long enough in the hotel to enjoy her sandwich. Then instead of room service, The Manager told
this person to visit Mandy.



The person at Mandy`s hotel room door was the security officer for the hotel. He had been sent up to Mandy`s room by The Manager a few
minutes after Mandy had rung down for her cheese and pickle sandwich (heavy on the cheese, light on the pickle) and her cup of raspberry tip
tea. He had intended to to send the security officer up later anyway, but the fact that Mandy had ordered the light snack caused him to
bring his plans forward. Sometimes guests got suspicious if a member of the hotel staff knocked on their door without good reason. Not that
they got suspicious of the staff themselves, most hotel guests trusted hotel staff (up to a point), but when someone knocked on their door
and announced "I am the hotel`s security officer, can I come in for a moment", some guests did not believe them, they had heard of people
pretending to be hotel staff to get into a hotel room then robbing the unsuspecting guest, stealing their money, jewellery, passport, or
kidneys. OK, so most people did not believe stories about "strange men" drugging people in low rent hotels and removing one or more of their
internal organs to sell on the black market. But when a "strange man" knocks on their door, and they are all alone in a low rent hotel,
unreasonable fear takes over their mind, and they get scared for the bits inside their bodies that they would rather see remain inside their
bodies. And even if fear of organ snatchers does not cross their mind, fear of the common, or garden, variety of thief hits their paranoid
little brains. In general people tend not to like being hit on the head and having their valuables stolen.



Of course, in most cases, this fear is unreasonable and stupid.



But in Mandy`s case, it was both reasonable and sensible.



* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *



The hotel Manager liked to do a bit of a background check on his guests before they checked in. This was because when they paid by credit
card they sometimes used a stolen card. And sometimes they skipped out without even attempting to pay with a stolen card, just snuck out
without paying. Either way, The Manager lost money. So wherever possible he did a check as soon as they arrived. These checks were usually
useless, there is little you can do to check up on a hotel guest unless you have the resources of the FBI, and the hotel Manager did not
have the resources of the FBI. All he had was a broadband Internet connection, and a receptionist who claimed to be an ex-private eye (this
was a lie, but the receptionist did know a bit about the business and was occasionally able to find something for his boss this way). />


Mandy was one of those "occasional times". The receptionist had found out that her name was not Mandy Franks at all, but he could not find
out her real name. All he got was that she was travelling anonymously on a false passport, that she had told no one where she was going, and
that she was trying hard to make sure that no one ever found out where she was. This, in itself, was not a problem for The Manager. The
hotel was one of those shabby little holes, slightly off the beaten track, and desperately in need of a good cleaner, a coat of paint, and
(preferably) being knocked down and replaced with a better building. But none of these were going to happen. Consequently the clientèle
consisted of two elderly people who had become permanent residents as they could not afford anything better, a few low paid itinerant
workers, who used it for the same reason, a guy who had been thrown out by his wife and did not want to get anything better because he hoped
that she would have him back on day (she never would, and eventually he would commit suicide in the hotel), an occasional travelling
salesman trying to economise, prostitutes who lived there because they no longer cared, prostitutes who did not live there but used the
hotel to bring their clients to, "couples" who were not "couples", but were cheating on their spouses, and wanted somewhere out of the way
to fuck, and people who had committed crimes and were hiding out until the heat died down and they could spend their loot. This last group
were The Manager`s favourite type of guest. Although you would think, as criminals, they would be a high risk group - very likely to skip
out without paying, and taking anything they could nick with them. But they were not like that. The last thing they wanted was The Manager
calling the police because they had not paid the bill, it would start a trail that might lead the police to wherever they went to next. So
they were prompt payers, and rarely argued over the bill. Also, most were model guests. They did not want anyone to notice them, so they
kept quiet, kept their heads down, and behaved themselves. Thirdly, they usually paid in cash. The Manager loved this, the money went
straight in his pocket without the tax man knowing about it.



When the hotel receptionist told The Manager that Mandy was travelling anonymously under a false name and on a false passport, had told no
one where she was going, and was trying hard to make sure that no one ever found out where she was, he decided she was either a criminal on
the run (his favourite type of guest) or a woman who had left her husband and did not want him to find her. Either way he expected her to
pay, and probably pay in cash too.



But there was another reason The Manager took special notice of the information his receptionist gave him. And it was all to do with a
secret buried in The Manager`s past.


Excerpt..

Twenty seven year old Mandy opened the door of her hotel room to someone she thought was room service. To be fair to her, it was a member of

the hotel staff, but it was not room service. It was not the person who was supposed to be bringing her a cheese and pickle sandwich (heavy

on the cheese, light on the pickle) and a cup of raspberry tip tea. Room service had been told by The Manager not to bother making the

sandwich, because Mandy would not be staying long enough in the hotel to enjoy her sandwich. Then instead of room service, The Manager told

this person to visit Mandy.





The person at Mandy`s hotel room door was the security officer for the hotel. He had been sent up to Mandy`s room by The Manager a few

minutes after Mandy had rung down for her cheese and pickle sandwich (heavy on the cheese, light on the pickle) and her cup of raspberry tip

tea. He had intended to to send the security officer up later anyway, but the fact that Mandy had ordered the light snack caused him to

bring his plans forward. Sometimes guests got suspicious if a member of the hotel staff knocked on their door without good reason. Not that

they got suspicious of the staff themselves, most hotel guests trusted hotel staff (up to a point), but when someone knocked on their door

and announced "I am the hotel`s security officer, can I come in for a moment", some guests did not believe them, they had heard of people

pretending to be hotel staff to get into a hotel room then robbing the unsuspecting guest, stealing their money, jewellery, passport, or

kidneys. OK, so most people did not believe stories about "strange men" drugging people in low rent hotels and removing one or more of their

internal organs to sell on the black market. But when a "strange man" knocks on their door, and they are all alone in a low rent hotel,

unreasonable fear takes over their mind, and they get scared for the bits inside their bodies that they would rather see remain inside their

bodies. And even if fear of organ snatchers does not cross their mind, fear of the common, or garden, variety of thief hits their paranoid

little brains. In general people tend not to like being hit on the head and having their valuables stolen.





Of course, in most cases, this fear is unreasonable and stupid.





But in Mandy`s case, it was both reasonable and sensible.





* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *





The hotel Manager liked to do a bit of a background check on his guests before they checked in. This was because when they paid by credit

card they sometimes used a stolen card. And sometimes they skipped out without even attempting to pay with a stolen card, just snuck out

without paying. Either way, The Manager lost money. So wherever possible he did a check as soon as they arrived. These checks were usually

useless, there is little you can do to check up on a hotel guest unless you have the resources of the FBI, and the hotel Manager did not

have the resources of the FBI. All he had was a broadband Internet connection, and a receptionist who claimed to be an ex-private eye (this

was a lie, but the receptionist did know a bit about the business and was occasionally able to find something for his boss this way).
/>




Mandy was one of those "occasional times". The receptionist had found out that her name was not Mandy Franks at all, but he could not find

out her real name. All he got was that she was travelling anonymously on a false passport, that she had told no one where she was going, and

that she was trying hard to make sure that no one ever found out where she was. This, in itself, was not a problem for The Manager. The

hotel was one of those shabby little holes, slightly off the beaten track, and desperately in need of a good cleaner, a coat of paint, and

(preferably) being knocked down and replaced with a better building. But none of these were going to happen. Consequently the clientèle

consisted of two elderly people who had become permanent residents as they could not afford anything better, a few low paid itinerant

workers, who used it for the same reason, a guy who had been thrown out by his wife and did not want to get anything better because he hoped

that she would have him back on day (she never would, and eventually he would commit suicide in the hotel), an occasional travelling

salesman trying to economise, prostitutes who lived there because they no longer cared, prostitutes who did not live there but used the

hotel to bring their clients to, "couples" who were not "couples", but were cheating on their spouses, and wanted somewhere out of the way

to fuck, and people who had committed crimes and were hiding out until the heat died down and they could spend their loot. This last group

were The Manager`s favourite type of guest. Although you would think, as criminals, they would be a high risk group - very likely to skip

out without paying, and taking anything they could nick with them. But they were not like that. The last thing they wanted was The Manager

calling the police because they had not paid the bill, it would start a trail that might lead the police to wherever they went to next. So

they were prompt payers, and rarely argued over the bill. Also, most were model guests. They did not want anyone to notice them, so they

kept quiet, kept their heads down, and behaved themselves. Thirdly, they usually paid in cash. The Manager loved this, the money went

straight in his pocket without the tax man knowing about it.





When the hotel receptionist told The Manager that Mandy was travelling anonymously under a false name and on a false passport, had told no

one where she was going, and was trying hard to make sure that no one ever found out where she was, he decided she was either a criminal on

the run (his favourite type of guest) or a woman who had left her husband and did not want him to find her. Either way he expected her to

pay, and probably pay in cash too.





But there was another reason The Manager took special notice of the information his receptionist gave him. And it was all to do with a

secret buried in The Manager`s past.


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