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CHAPTER XII - DIFFICULTIES

to break the very strong glass. Here was check number one ! Gradually, as she began to cool down, she realised that things were going to take time ; and to be ready for the trial of the future, she knew she would need strength. . . . The steaming kettle and the tea ! The thought struck her forcibly all at once. She must have nourishment if she wanted to be ready for any emergency of the future. But first of all she must get rid of this evening frock. Looking around, she spied a half-open door, and going over to it, she saw a beautifully appointed bathroom. Not hesitating any longer, she accepted her fate. . . . Soon she was splashing in the hot green water in the marble bath. Everything that she could possibly want was there ; and the inexplicable thought flashed across her mind that this had been all arranged, and she had been expected. She was wonderfully brave, but she was desperately anxious to know what it all meant.
Slipping on the dressing-gown she found hanging on the back of the bathroom door she returned to the bedroom. To her astonishment a tastefully laid out table with covered silver dishes, obviously containing breakfast, awaited her. It had been run silently in whilst she had been bathing.
Truly it was all beyond understanding ! How long, she wondered, would it last ? And when would she see her captor face to face ?
She had not long to wait.

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