ngered just when her wrath was beginning to die down.
"And he did it!" he cried, with a force in which it was impossible for her not to catch a note of personal implication.
It was unlikely that he could be trying to trap her by any such cheap melodramatic threat as this; and yet----
When several minutes had gone by in a silence which struck her soon as awesome, she turned slowly round, only to find herself alone.
She ran into the hall, but there was no one there. He must have gone downstairs. Leaning over the baluster, she called to him.
While Allerton and Miss Walbrook had been conducting this debate a dissimilar yet parallel scene was enacted in a mean house in a mean street on the other side of the Park. Viewed from the outside, the house was one of those survivals