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Grodman saw it, and watched her, and fooled Wimp to the top of his bent.
George Grodman read this letter with annoyance, and crumpling up the paper, murmured scornfully, "Edward Wimp!"
In his letter to Grodman, Wimp said that he thought it might be nicer for him to keep Christmas in company than in solitary state.
As to the alibi, he had not yet troubled her; but to take its existence for granted would upset and discomfort Wimp.
For Wimp, alone, the painted face had fuller, more tragical meanings.
Now it is Wimp who crows—everybody pats him on the back—they call him the mystery man of the Scotland Yard tribe.
Wimp was at his greatest in collecting circumstantial evidence; in putting two and two together to make five.
Besides, he thought that a peep at the Wimp domestic interior would be as good as a pantomime.
In his letter to Grodman, Wimp said that he thought it would be nicer for him to keep Christmas in company than in solitary state.
He quite enjoyed the fun that was coming, for he knew that Wimp had not invited him out of mere "peace and goodwill."
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