that grew longer with every yard they crossed. Some spoke
Closing the door behind her, she walked over to the fireplace.
"Won't you sit down?" I asked. "No, I thank you. This is not an afternoon call, Miss Middleton, it is--But of course you understand."
I didn't understand at all, and her manner of saying I did made me furious.
"Perhaps I am very stupid," I said, "but I cannot imagine why you are here."
"I have no idea where your son is, nor why you are here."
She eyed me intently. How cold and determined she looked and how handsome she was.
"If I thought you were telling the truth--"
She handed me a letter. "Please read that," she said.
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