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CHAPTER ONE

respond to one hand rather than to another Reginald did not, from his own experience, doubt it; but he refused to believe that the Shirley poppies raised their heads and went quite pink when Mrs. Baxter came into the garden. `They know me, they do really, Mr. Wellard.' The woman was a fool.
`I know you don't like her, darling, but she's ever so fond of you.'
How easily and recklessly Sylvia would say this of her friends !
`Well, I'm a very nice man, Sylvia.'
`You are, darling!' She throws him a kiss. `And she's heard such a lot of your book, and is so interested.'
`Has she read it?' asks the author as carelessly as he can.
`No, darling, you see, they've given up their library subscription, it lapsed or something, she did explain to me, and so - But she's going to, as soon as ever she can get hold of a copy.'
`She can buy it,' said Reginald, annoyed with the woman.
`I must tell her. I don't think she thought of that. She wants us to play tennis on Saturday. Of course I told her that you were very busy and I couldn't say.'
`I shall be rather busy on Saturday,' says Reginald Wellard.
Grace Hildersham is also going to read it, as soon as she can get hold of a copy. Grace is a large fair woman, with a perpetually pink face over which the fair hair perpetually strays. She isn't always under the raspberry net, picking raspberries for her famous jams, but if it happens to be there that you first meet her,•you always expect to meet her there afterwards, or, meeting her elsewhere, conclude that she has just come from there.

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