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“Sally had also told Patricia of the arrangement made for taking her to Cedarcrest.”
“Somewhere, back there on the road my escort is probably walking toward Cedarcrest; or, perhaps, away from it.”
“Sally nodded toward the butler, and waved him away, knowing that he had overheard Patricia's words, and that she would speedily be served; the others of the party resumed their former seats around the table, and the practical Sally turned and faced Patricia, again, her eyes flashing some of the indignation she felt because of her guest's evident reluctance to explain the strange circumstance of her arrival at Cedarcrest alone.”
“I'll attend to that, by telephoning; and I'll take them to Cedarcrest for dinner, and remain for the night; but I shall have to return early to-morrow morning.”
“Thus, it happened that, when the party was seated in the splendidly decorated dining-room at Cedarcrest, there were two absentees; as there was, also, one guest who had not been expected, and who, for once in his life, was not entirely welcome at”
“She was quite conscious of the strangeness of her arrival at Cedarcrest alone, in Morton's car, and of the wrong constructions which might be given to the incident.”
“Frances Houston to Cedarcrest, in order that you may have Patricia”
“O'Toole did not return to his duties at Cedarcrest.”
“Patricia left the house, at Cedarcrest, half an hour after Morton left it.”
“Five minutes later, while Patricia yet remained at the top of the steps where Morton had left her, the steam-roadster that had been so closely related to her experiences of the night rushed past the house and disappeared along the winding roadway toward the Cedarcrest gate.”
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