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CHAPTER ELEVEN

we'll have coffee together.' And then to walk off, taking it for granted that the other will be there. I suppose that's how millionaires are made. That utter singlemindedness and certainty.
For the other was there, as Ormsby knew he would be. At 2.15 they were having coffee in the little smoking-room upstairs, and the secret of Hayward's Grove was out. -
`You must come and have supper with us one night,' said Ormsby. `I'll tell her ladyship to drop your missis a line. Don't suppose you want to bother with formal calls and that sort of jiggery.'
Ormsby and Sylvia! What on earth would Sylvia make of him? And what would he make of her, being what he was?
`Like to write for me?' And then as Reginald began to speak, Ormsby held up a delaying hand, and said, `I know. You weren't going to write any more. Your: first and your last, eh? And I said, "That be damned I" '
Another essential of the millionaire's make-up. Memory. Everybody you meet may mean something to you later on, and therefore, when you meet him again, you must know at once whether the occasion has arrived.
'`Really,' said Reginald, `I don't quite know why we did come to London. There was talk of making the book into a play, and there was an American publisher I wanted to see, and-and one thing and another. Things which seemed rather important when I was some miles away from them, and less important now m closer. I should imagine that-well, I must do something. It isn't like the country. Only-' He hesitated.
`My papers, aren't quite your style, eh?'
'Well-' and Reginald smiled apologetically.

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