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She addressed it to Tommy at his club, from which in one short month he would have to resign, unless a kindly fortune permitted him to renew his subscription. ‘It may catch him,’ she murmured. ’ After handing it over the counter she set out briskly for home, stopping at a baker’s to buy three-pennyworth of new buns. 29 Later, in her tiny cubicle at the top of the house she munched buns and reﬂected on the future. , and what earthly need could it have for her services? A pleasurable thrill of excitement made Tuppence tingle.
And behind it all there lurked a sort 34 The Secret Adversary of incredulous dismay. ’ Tuppence, though utterly taken aback, nevertheless kept her head. She had not the faintest comprehension of his meaning, but she was naturally quick-witted, and felt it imperative to ‘keep her end up’ as she phrased it. Whittington went on: ‘Been playing with me, have you, all the time, like a cat and mouse? Knew all the time what I wanted you for, but kept up the comedy. ’ He was cooling down. The red colour was ebbing out of his face.
How much do you know? ’ The last ﬁve words took Tuppence’s fancy mightily, especially after a meagre breakfast and a supper of buns the night before. Her present part was of the adventuress rather than the adventurous order, but she did not deny its possibilities. She sat up and smiled with the air of one who has the situation thoroughly well in hand. ‘My dear Mr Whittington,’ she said, ‘let us by all means lay our cards upon the table. And pray do not be so angry. You heard me say yesterday that I proposed to live by my wits.