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We walked together across the square. I told him that I had seen Lipfield that
afternoon in the City. 'Oh yes,' Hugh said. 'I've been to several sittings recently. I
took Roberta Payne to one of them, as a matter of fact— as she expressed
She told him to bring some drinks. Eustace with his hands in his pockets walked
round the place inspecting the fittings. It occurred to me that Mrs. Cromwell had
not yet been reminded that we had met before. 'I don't expect you remember me.
'She's going to ring us up to-morrow,' Eustace said. 'I say, old boy, you've hit it
pretty rich, haven't you?' Alec Pimley gave his melancholy smile. 'Fortune's wheel
,' he said. 'Good-night.' He walked up the gangway. 'The bastard,' Eustace said.
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In which a small publishing house in inter-war Britain is thrown into consternation when its most popular author dies unexpectedly at a young age. The thin plot is not really the heart of the book; it ... Read full review