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CHAPTER X - A CRY IN THE NIGHT

unexpected question? Molly thought his laugh did not ring true.
" Oh! " he laughed. " I haven't had much time to explore yet. I have been away so much."
" Yes, Mr. Durkheim," smiled Mrs. Kenton archly, " we often wondered where you got to."
" I have a flat in Paris. I find it very convenient," he said in reply. " You will see it perhaps one day," he added. (Rather meaningly, Molly thought.)
" We had hoped that you would have spent more time among us," said the Colonel.
" That is very good of you," said the other, showing his canine teeth as he smiled. " I will see if I can remedy that in future."
Madelaine Kenton caught the look he flashed at Molly Finch, and a twinge of jealousy went right through her-she did not intend to let him go so easily as that ! And to-night, of all times, she was drawn more to him than ever. This was to be the surprise night he had for her. For, as he bent over her fingertips on his arrival, he had whispered " The pictureroom at ten."
She knew where that was ; she had been there several times before. But she was as eager as ever to know what he had to tell her. Although their neighbour had been away a great deal lately, Madelaine had made the most of her opportunities with him. Since her good-natured, unobservant husband had carried her away from the whirl of society in Malta, she had felt very lonely at Tynemouth. Yet it had been her own fault. She need not have married him. In fact, it was only after he had been appointed to the Tyne Garrison at Home that she seemed to notice this cheery old bachelor at all. Even the Major (as he was then) never knew how it happened ; but when he sailed for England, Madelaine St. Clair accompanied him as his wife ! After a short time she began to feel neglected.

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