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CHAPTER SIX

stroke, and he hits the ball feebly into the net, she feels as he feels, when he has prepared the way for a joke, and she smiles it innocently away. How fair, but how horrible, if she did 1 Well, he won't give her the chance, he will play brilliantly to-day.... He played brilliantly.
`I just loved that,' he said to her, when they had won.
`So did I, darling,' said Sylvia.
Later he was watching her again, Lena Coleby, an unexpected arrival, by his side.
`I couldn't come before, you know how it is, but I felt I must just look in,' she had explained to her hostess.
`Of course, dear. You know Mr. Wellard. Talk to him, won't you? He looks so lonely.'
If Betty Baxter were introducing the latest murderer to the Archbishop of Canterbury, she would assume that they knew each other already, and if she were introducing the Archbishop to his wife, she would feel it necessary to record the assumption.
`Hallo 1' said Reginald, as she dropped into a deckchair by his side.
`I do just know you, don't I?' said Lena, `and you aren't really lonely, are you?'
`Yes. No,' said Reginald.
They talked idly for a little, and then were silent, watching Sylvia.
`Yes,' said Lena with a sigh, `she is, isn't she?' `What?'
`The most beautiful woman in the world.'
Reginald looked round at her with a self-conscious smile.
`Did you know I was thinking that?' `Of course.'

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