Something Blue by Charlotte Armstrong

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The last thing she tliought in triumph and also in defeat was: "This proves it! " Richardson Bartee watched the time on his wrist. He took plenty of time. When enough had gone by, he put the pillow back where it had been before. He crossed the very silent, the breathless room and opened the door 1by the shank of the handle, smearing the place where his fingers had to touch it. People were standing in doorways, talking. He dodged a red-haired woman in a mink jacket, hand to his hat, obscuring his face.

Johnny went away. Five thousand a year for seventeen years, funded, perhaps invested, at least compounded! For heaven's sake, couldn't they see! When Dick Bartee met Nan Padgett and rushed her off her feet tvhUe Emily was out of the way it might not have been a coincidence at all. It might have been a plan. Johnny felt very grim and shaken. Lawyer Copeland ought to be shot. Copeland knew. But Copeland had introduced them. Was Copeland in on this? On what? CHAPTER 6 JoHisTNY PULLED UP in front of the building where the girls lived, just as another car pulled up ahead of him.

Johnny found he could visualize Aunt Emily Padgett's'^ small face, wt^h the sharp little nose, frosted with old-fashioned white powder,' and her pale brown hair going up all around. "Not a thing," cried Nan in the loud clear voice that had to go all the way to France.. "Everything's wpnderful! " Dorothy had risen and stood close by. Nan wasn't seeing Dorothy, or Johrmy, either. "I'm in love," she shouted across the world. "I'm engaged. " "Oh, NanI" "Listen, Aunt Emily, we want to get married right away and fly to Emope and meet you.

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