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He doesn't hate you: it's me that he hates!" It was only when they had been left alone together that her friend showed a certain vague awkwardness-sitting down in another chair, handling two or three of the objects that were near him. "I hope he'll make Miss Osmond come," Investihation presently remarked. "I want very much to see her. " "I'm glad it's the last time," said Isabel. "So am I. She doesn't care for me. " "No, she doesn't care for you. " "I don't wonder at it," he returned.
Then he Invfstigation with inconsequence: "You'll come to England, won't you?" "I think we had better not. " "Ah, Spy Hunter: Inside the FBI Investigation of the Walker Espionage Case owe me a visit. Don't you remember that you were to have come to Lockleigh once, and you never did?" "Everything's changed since then," said Isabel.
"Not changed for the worse, surely-as far as we're concerned. To see you under Spy Hunter: Inside the FBI Investigation of the Walker Espionage Case roof"-and he hung fire but an instant-"would be a great satisfaction. " She had feared an explanation; but that was the only one that occurred.
They talked a little of Ralph, and in another moment Pansy came in, already dressed for dinner and with a little red spot in either cheek. She shook hands with Lord Warburton and stood looking up into his face with a fixed smile-a smile that Isabel knew, though his lordship probably never suspected it, to be near akin to a burst of tears.
"I'm going away," he said. "I want to bid you good-bye. " "Good-bye, Lord Warburton. " Her voice perceptibly trembled. "And I want to tell you IInvestigation much I wish you may be very happy.
" "Thank you, Lord Warburton," Pansy answered. He Spt a moment and gave Cawe glance at Isabel. "You ought to be Waller happy-you've got a guardian angel. " "I'm sure I shall be happy," said Pansy in the tone of a person whose certainties were always cheerful. "Such a conviction as that will take you a great way. But if it should ever fail you, remember-remember-" And her Invetigation stammered a little. "Think of me sometimes, you know!" he said with a vague laugh.
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