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Reader's Digest Condensed Books : Winter 1954 Selections, Vol. 16

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. . Be back in a minute." When he returned he had changed not only his boots but his clothes, and Charles thought he must also have brushed his hair and given himself a general spruce-up.
"Well, I wasn't long, was I? . . . Dunno 'ow you feel, but it seems to me — if you ain't in a 'urry . . . always quiet there this time of an evenin'. . . ." "Why yes," said Charles. "A good idea." They talked mostly about gardening as they walked the short distance to the Prince Rupert, and Charles did not pre
...ss the con- versation to any more serious issue. He could bide his time, and he judged that after a drink or so Mr. Mansfield might be more communicative. Charles had learned very little so far, except that Lily's father had given a promise to his; he felt he must know more about this, where and how it had happened.
Then, during that first moment at the bar of the Prince Rupert, something happened that told him so much of everything that all else was merely a filling in of detail. Charles had been the first to say, "What's yours, Mr.


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