From weekly Ocado deliveries to monthly book club gatherings and evenings at the theatre, everything about the lives of Paul and Meena Chivers epitomised middle-class respectability.
Teachers by profession, they attended church every Sunday, where they were popular members of the congregration but behind closed doors, at their neat, four-bedroom semi, in a picturesque town on the edge of the Cotswolds, however, a different scene played out.
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