The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from When a Man Marries by Mary Roberts Rinehart:|
spotty. I suggested to your husband that it might be as well to
get the house emptied--in case we are correct."
"Oh, yes, by all means," I said eagerly. I couldn't get away too
soon. "I'll go and get my--" Then I stopped. Why, the man
wouldn't expect me to leave; I would have to play out the
wretched farce to the end!
"I'll go down and see them off," I finished lamely, and we went
together down the stairs.
Just for the moment I forgot Bella altogether. I found Aunt
Selina bonneted and cloaked, taking a stirrup cup of Pomona for
her nerves, and the rest throwing on their wraps in a hurry.