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CHAPTER VII

Harbord and Spencer-Mace. Don't you ever call each other by your Christian names ? "
" Sometimes. It depends."
" Are you going to ask any of them to stay next holidays ? "
" Dunno. Dunno if they'd come. I say, I think we ought to be going down." He shut the door of his room and led her off along the passage. He was trying furiously to think.
" It would be rather fun. For the yacht club dance. I'm so sick of the same old Barford crew."
" Would it ? If you're so keen about it, why don't you ask them yourself ? "
" Don't be so silly."
" No, I mean it, why don't you? "
" What's the matter, Denis ? Aren't you glad I came ?"
" Of course I am ; only you seem to like my friends more than me." He kicked the banisters of the staircase. There were so many things he wanted to say, but they were all lost, and other stupid things came forward in their place.
They reached the gloom of Wren's ground-floor passage and halted. " Oh, Denis, you've never told me what your great secret is ? "
" Secret ? What secret ? Oh, that."
" Do tell me."
" It's nothing really. I'll tell you one day."
" Why not now? "
" It wouldn't interest you ; besides there are your cousins over there waiting patiently. They must have had a cheerful time."
Two weary looking figures crossed the street towards them. They shook hands with Denis and thanked him without much conviction for giving Maureen tea. Then they bundled her into the car. Denis stood on the pavement and watched till the car trembled into movement. Maureen sat with her cousins in the back. The car moved off, the chauffeur sounded the horn and they vanished past the chapel wall.

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