Pemberton tower over her. Almost as wide as he was tall, his bald head glowed under the bright lighting.
He lifted his head in greeting, “Ma’am,” he said, an underlying growl exposing his Yorkshire roots.
Helen stood, barely reaching his shoulder. “Hi, Sean.”
After working on an incident with Sean Pemberton last year, she’d fought to acquire his services to fill a permanent DS post in the Homicide and Serious Crime Squad. Pemberton was a seasoned, no nonsense detective whose approach to policing reminded her of her late father, James Lavery