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You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: In The Valley Of The Shadow Author: Josephine Daskam Release Date: November 6, 2007 [EBook #23365] Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK IN THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW *** Produced by David Widger IN THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW By Josephine Daskam Copyright, 1903, by Charles Scribner’s Sons TO Belden, pacing the library doggedly, the waiting seemed interminable, the strain unnecessarily prolonged.
A half-hour ago quick feet had echoed through the upper halls, windows had opened, doors all but slammed, vague whisperings and drawn breaths had hovered impalpably about the whole place; but now all was utterly quiet.
His own regular footfall alone disturbed the unnatural stillness of a large house. Outside, the delicious October sun poured down through an atmosphere of faultless blue.
The foliage was thick yet, and the red-and-yellow leaves danced heartlessly in the wind.
A year ago they had gone on a nutting-party, and Clarice had raced with the children and picked up more than anybody else.
Now--even to think of her brought that faint odor of salts-of-lavender and beef-tea that disheartened him so, somehow, when he sat by her bed coaxing her into sipping the stuff. Some one was coming down the stairs.
It was Peter’s step--his new one since last Friday, when they had all, it seemed, begun to walk and talk and breathe a little differently.
Belden hurried across the room and caught him at the foot of the steps. -Well, old man, how goes it?- he demanded, with a determined cheerfulness. His brother-in-law stared at him emptily. -It’s to-morrow,- he said, gripping the new...

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