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of those thick skulls, to see the beasts recoiling and driving at each other, and the little red eyes of them. And pulling a letter out of his pocket, he read it again by the light of the moon:

`15, Camelot Mansions, `St. John's Wood.
`DEAR MR. FORT,
`I came across your Club address to-night, looking at some old letters. Did you know that I was in London? I left Steenbok when my husband died, five years ago. I've had a simply terrific time since. While the German South-West campaign was on I was nursing out there, but came back about a year ago to lend a hand here. It would be awfully nice to meet you again, if by any chance you are in England. I'm working in a V. A. D. hospital in these parts, but my evenings are usually free. Do you remember that moonlit night at grapeharvest? The nights here aren't scented quite like that. Listerine! Oh! This war!
`With all good remembrances,
`LEILA LYNCH.'

A terrific timel If he did not mistake, Leila Lynch hadalways had a terrific time. And he smiled, seeing again the stop of an old Dutch house at High Constantia, and a woman sitting there under the white flowers of a sweetscented creeper-a pretty woman, with eyes which could put a spell on you, a woman he would have got entangled with if he had not cut and run for it! Ten years ago, and here she was again, refreshing him out of the past. Hesniffed the fragrance of the little letter. How everybody always managed to work into a letter what they were doing in the war! If he answered her he would be sure to say:`Since I got lamed, I've been at the War Office, working on remounts, and a dull job it isl' Leila Lynch! Women didn't get younger, and he suspected her of being older than himself. But he remembered agreeably her white shoulders and that turn of her neck when she looked at you with those big grey eyes of hers. Only a five-day acquaintanceship, but they had crowded much into it-as

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