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CHAPTER X - A CRY IN THE NIGHT

in her heart. It was a fear that seemed to grow bigger instead of less. She noticed other details about him now ; his long ears, the sharp-pointed teeth, and red lips. He was a horrible man ! She began to loathe him-and all the time, she was sure he knew what she was thinking. She wished Gerry had been there. Somehow or other, she would have felt safer with him. Then the subdued lighting in the house made her feel sad and depressed.
" What do you think of my scheme of illumination, Miss Finch ?" Mr. Durkheim suddenly asked heronce more strengthening that weird idea that he could read her thoughts.
" I think it is extremely beautiful," she said, determined not to show her fear again.
She was looking at a big crystal bowl in the centre of the round dining-table. Hidden in it were electric lamps which lighted it. The effect of the light filtering through from among a mist of flowers and cut glass was beautiful in the extreme ; but of very little use as illumination. There were other electric lamps placed about the room, of course ; but even they, too, were very closely shaded, and gave a poor light. Still, the whole place fitted into the scheme. The heavy hangings at the windows ; the deep soft chairs and ottomans ; the thick rich carpets on the floors ; all seemed calculated to produce a languorous atmosphere of luxury and lassitude.
Molly could not help thinking that he must be a strange sort of man to live in such surroundings. No wonder he was not disturbed by the restless sea as it roared and thundered away down below in the cavern underneath the house. She could not resist the question :
" And have you ever found the way down into the cave ? " she asked.
Was it imagination or did he really stiffen at her

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