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"Although," he added, urbanely, "I daresay it ht be difficult to convert Mr Anthony Cardew to such a belief"

While Louis Akers saw Lily to her taxicab that night Doyle stood in the hall, waiting He was very content with his evening's work

"Well?" he said, when Akers returned

"Merry as a s to-htly flushed, he smoothed his hair in front of the mirror over the stand

"She's a nice child," he said In his eyes was the look of the hunting animal that scents food