A Night Of Errors (Sir John Appleby, Book 11) by Michael Innes

By Michael Innes

A grueling evening of shrouded explanations and harassed identities develops whilst the final of the Dromios is located murdered, with either one of his palms burnt off. He used to be one in every of triplets, whose brothers had died in a fireplace 40 years formerly. Inspector Appleby wrenches the proof from a melodrama during which the ultimate resolution is written in fireplace.

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She didn’t want to see him, and she could think of no possible reason why he should want to sec her. ” A wave of indignant scarlet rushed right up to the roots of Dorinda’s hair. You may have the sweetest temper in the world, but to be called a thief by a perfectly strange shopwalker is just pure dynamite. ” The manager appeared to be completely unimpressed. ” At this moment Miss Silver walked into the room without knocking—a dowdy little woman who looked as if she might have been somebody’s governess during the early years of the century.

Justin had found a new place for lunch, their table pleasantly retired in a shallow recess. ” Concern became something more as she poured it all out. “If it hadn’t been for Miss Silver, they would have arrested me. It’s given me the most frightful sort of giddy feeling—like thinking you’re on quite an ordinary path, and all of a sudden your foot goes down and there isn’t anything there. I expect you’ve done it in dreams—I have, often. ” When the waiter had come and gone he made her tell it all over again.

Miss Silver coughed again, graciously this time. No words had passed, but there had been an apology. She accepted it. In the days, now happily left behind, when she had been a governess, she had maintained a firm but gentle discipline among her pupils. The habit persisted. The authority was in her voice as she said, “My name is Maud Silver. ” Dorinda turned her eyes upon the little woman in black. They burned with indignation. Her colour burned too. ” Miss Silver met the indignant gaze with a steady one.

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