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tea in to him for another hour yet. And I'll go in and ruffle the bed up so that they won't know anything. "
She hurried along to her own room and dressed quickly.
In a few minutes she was down at the telephone again waiting for a reply to Valmon Dain's number.
An answering voice came on eventually, but it seemed an unconscionable time before it came through. She had to ring several times with tenminute halts in between.
The voice was nervous, agitated, almost incoherent.
" Is Mr. Valmon Dain in?" she asked, screwing up her courage to its last ounce.
" He's-it's-is it-er-who are you?" came the barely intelligible reply, and then, for some utterly inexplicable reason, the lunatic at the other end hung up the receiver on her, cut her off cold.
- She thought she recognised the voice of Manders, Dain's confidential valet, but it was dreadfully shaky. And certainly he had never had the effrontery to be so amazingly rude as that.
She rang again and again. The exchange assured her that they could get no reply, and would she care to try again later on ? But Mercia retorted that she had already had a reply from the number, and asked them to continue ringing.

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