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  • By Tephra Formations, arredi da salotto ispirati alle eruzioni vulcaniche « Moda&Mood on September 25, 2009 at 4: 54 pm

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  • Alessio came home half an hour later, walking straight into the salotto.

    The Count's Blackmail Bargain

  • Then the maid flung open the door to the salotto, and sunlight struggled out, accompanied by a small hairy dog, yapping furiously and snarling round their ankles.

    The Count's Blackmail Bargain

  • Once again, furniture in the salotto had been kept to a minimum — a few massive sofas, their dimensions reduced by the proportions of the room, and a long, heavily carved sideboard were the main features.

    The Count's Blackmail Bargain

  • After that the conversation flagged, and she was thankful when the Count suggested that they have coffee in the salotto.

    The Count's Blackmail Bargain

  • By the time she got back to the salotto, the storm was even closer, and the lamps, she saw, were flickering ominously with every lightning flash.

    The Count's Blackmail Bargain

  • As he walked through the hallway Caio advanced out of the salotto barking aggressively, halting Alessio in his stride.

    The Count's Blackmail Bargain

  • There was a loud sneeze from inside the salotto, and Paolo emerged, flourishing a large handkerchief.

    The Count's Blackmail Bargain

  • Paolo wished her a very correct goodnight outside the salotto, but when Laura, dressing-gown clad, returned from the bathroom, she found him waiting in her room.

    The Count's Blackmail Bargain

  • And when dinner was over they returned to the salotto, and listened to music by Monteverdi.

    The Count's Blackmail Bargain

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