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CHAPTER X - A CRY IN THE NIGHT

or wavy raven-black hair ; or his pallid forehead? But no ! there was something else-something that she just felt and knew, but could not fathom or understand.
He glanced at her several times as they sipped their sherry, as though he would have liked to see into her thoughts. And for one wild silly moment she actually believed he could-but she thrust the idea away with a nervous laugh at herself. The Commander's behaviour lately was having its effect on her. She must put an end to it all as soon as possible. But to whom could she go The Colonel ?.., or his wife ? No! ... the Peabodys' ? No ! . . . Gerry ? . . . Yes ! She would go to Newcastle and see him to-morrow. ... Then she felt a queer sensation as if her mind were being covered with blotting-paper. It was most absurd and unreasonable . . . was the sherry going to her head ?
Then she caught sight of Mr. Durkheim. His dark glasses seemed to have become transparent-she could see his eyes-dark deep-set eyes of liquid fire ! . . . And they were concentrated on her as if he were reading her mind. . . . At last, she fainted.
When she opened her eyes, she found herself lying on a large ottoman ; with the others crowding anxiously about her. Madelaine Kenton held a glass of water, whilst Mrs. Peabody had a bottle of smelling-salts. Then she began to see how foolish she had been.
" I'm quite all right now," she said, sitting up in an effort to assure them all.
Herr Durkheim, who was standing anxiously in the background, whispered in her ear: " I'm glad," he said softly.
By the time the butler arrived to announce dinner, she was quite well again, though she was very annoyed at her foolishness. Strangely enough, all during dinner she could not rid herself of the fear her host had inspired

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