Hi Robin, thanks for the comment. That would be a nice touch yes. As the narrator is the child, it could be the one liner you suggest. I am up to the limit with word count currently, but if there scope to increase this, I will add. Thanks again �� G
I agree, he is slightly superfluous, asks child about the clue at the end though. Originally, I had the idea that they left the medicine at the poetry reading location, child realises, remembers where it is and saves the day. A bit of suspense basically. Problem is I need a slightly higher word count.