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Dover. May, 1898
Murray: Mr. Bond. Good day to you, sir.
Bond: Oh please, Miss Murray, do call me Campion... And perhaps in return, I may refer to you as "Wilhelmina"? Simply remarkable, the view here, isn't it?
Murray: Remarkable. And "Miss Murray" will be quite sufficient.
Bond: As you wish. It must have rather hurt your former husband's feelings, mustn't it? Reverting to your maiden name like that? I dare say the poor chap's mortified.
Murray: Thankfully, my former husband's feelings are no longer my concern. Nor are they yours. I take it that the captain will be here soon?
Bond: One would imagine so. But then as the sole turn in our menagerie that you've so far recruited, you know more of him than I. He suffers from an inflammation of the brain, I'm told?
Murray: He has his eccentricities, but at least he is courteous. Do...






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