"All right, young feller," said the hunchback, "we'll get on the other side of that door, and then we'll be safe. Here we are."
They reached the door at the back of the shop, and the hunchback opened it and pulled Freddie into the back room and closed the door behind them. Freddie hung back a little, but his hand was gripped tight, and he couldn't have got away if he had tugged with all his might. He was not so much afraid now of Mr. Punch and his father, but he didn't know what this little man was going to do with him; and besides, his father had told him to hurry.
In this back room, near a window which looked out on the street, sat a lady. The hunchback marched Freddie up to her and stopped there before her, and wagged his head sidewise towards the Little Boy. The hunchback and the Little Boy stood hand in hand, and the lady looked at them steadily.
AUNT AMANDA AND THE TWO OLD CODGERS
this is an old fashined childrens book, but is a rally good read, i am reading it on the train and really enjoying it. gets more bizarre as you read it!!