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Page 317 - Kid, you don't know how happy I am to hear you say that. But, in this case, my helping was already part of the script. Besides, it's necessary for your future. In fact, Mr. West is gonna become one of your staunchest allies.
Page 230 - ... advice about what to do. Upon entering she finds that Ellen Craft is also there for afternoon tea. Eliza tells them of her quandary: "I still love Ludlow, but I know now that he loves Amora. But I know of something drastic that may be happening to them. What should I do?" Mrs. Spellman: "Eliza, first I want to tell you something that may make it easier for you. I understand Ludlow's position with you and Amora. He has told me he cares for you immensely but he loves Amora. I understand how he...
Page 277 - A hand was laid on his shoulder. He turned to face his uncle. " A bad habit, Eric, talking aloud,
Page 68 - Adam was as light as a feather, and as quick as a cat, despite his stocky frame and phlegmatic bearing.
Page 251 - Joan was out of town and would not return until the end of the following week.
Page 360 - I told him I was going to give myself up to the law and stand trial.
Page 377 - He did not wait for her to complete the sentence, but turned and ascended the stairs with unusual swiftness.