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Abigail, on her stepladder.

Abigail, on her stepladder.

"I'm not given to nerves." Abigail's voice was tart even while she wondered just how fast a Rolls-Royce went when pushed."

"I'm not given to nerves." Abigail's voice was tart even while she wondered just how fast a Rolls-Royce went when pushed."

The English Reformed Church in the Begijnhof, Amsterdam, where Dominic and Abigail get married.

The English Reformed Church in the Begijnhof, Amsterdam, where Dominic and Abigail get married.

The interior of the English Reformed Church in the Begijnhof, Amsterdam, where Dominic and Abigail get married.

The interior of the English Reformed Church in the Begijnhof, Amsterdam, where Dominic and Abigail get married.

Jan picking Abigail up in Dominic's Rolls.

Jan picking Abigail up in Dominic's Rolls.

Abigail is practically destitute after her mother's death and she has FFR Bollinger to think about. So she obtains a nursing post in Amsterdam through a London agency and having flown there, "Schiphol," she discovered, "was large, efficient and pleasantly welcoming."

Abigail is practically destitute after her mother's death and she has FFR Bollinger to think about. So she obtains a nursing post in Amsterdam through a London agency and having flown there, "Schiphol," she discovered, "was large, efficient and pleasantly welcoming."

Dominic calls the agency to ask Abigail to nurse his little niece, Nina, telling her she will be paid " 'expenses and your usual fees.' The silence between them was profound until Abigail heard him explode with: 'My God, I haven't paid you!' He sends her immediately to Coutts Bank.

Dominic calls the agency to ask Abigail to nurse his little niece, Nina, telling her she will be paid " 'expenses and your usual fees.' The silence between them was profound until Abigail heard him explode with: 'My God, I haven't paid you!' He sends her immediately to Coutts Bank.

"Abigail had returned from her few hours off and was sitting with her patient, reading the New York Herald Tribune to her. She read very nicely in her quiet voice, sitting upright in a truly hideous reproduction Morris chair. She had enjoyed her afternoon off, and wished that her patient lived in one of the old houses beside the canals. . . ". This is a genuine Morris and I find it quite handsome.

"Abigail had returned from her few hours off and was sitting with her patient, reading the New York Herald Tribune to her. She read very nicely in her quiet voice, sitting upright in a truly hideous reproduction Morris chair. She had enjoyed her afternoon off, and wished that her patient lived in one of the old houses beside the canals. . . ". This is a genuine Morris and I find it quite handsome.

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