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CHAPTER I

" Doesn't matter, mum." He began to eat them out of the dish.
" Maureen and I have been having a splendid chat, haven't we Maureen ? "
" We even discussed you, Denis." Maureen looked at her plate. Crumbled bits of cake lay in a mound. Talking to Mrs. Bailey about Denis was a delicate business.
" Have some more tea, Denis ?"
" Thanks, mum." Maureen crossed her feet a different way and put on a smile. Mrs. Bailey looked at the clock. Maureen saw. " I think I really ought to be going now. I've stayed ever so long."
" Oh, no, you needn't go for a moment, I'm sure, now Denis has returned safely and everything. You must stay and make conversation." She smiled and they both watched Denis eat. He ate quickly, stuffing cake into his mouth, before he had finished swallowing. He was not really so very hungry. The clock on the mantelpiece was very noisy this evening.
" I say, about your sale of work next week, would you like any help ?" said Maureen.
" That's very kind of you. Yes, I should appreciate it."
" I'll come round, then, in the morning, shall I?"
" If you would." Mrs. Bailey looked at Denis. He was cutting another slice. Going back to Eton didn't seem to worry him. He finished the cake and sat back. It was decent of his mother to have asked Maureen to stay, he had been thinking. Of course, Maureen was a good sort at sales and village fetes and things. That was why his mother liked her. She didn't seem to care for girls as a rule. But it was jolly unselfish of her on his last day at home, when she was panting to get down to the real business. There would be questions and confidences later in the evening. O God.
" Have you shown Maureen your new dispatch case," said Mrs. Bailey. " It's a birthday present, a little premature."
" Do lets see, Denis ; where is it ?"

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