In the House of Another (Classic Reprint).
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (27 Sept. 2015)
By: Beatrice Mantle (Author)
Una waked partially. She could hear voices and could dimly see faces bending over her. Faces suspended in mid-air, as it were.
'I really think it will be quite safe to let her sleep.' said a man's voice. 'There is absolutely no sign of - '
She fell back, down into that river of velvety soft darkness that bore here along past eerie cliffs and whispering caverns, through great living silences that caressed and soothed her soul. She did not think as she entered that wonderful darkness again. Still, she knew she was not asleep: only floating in the most profound peace she had ever known.
Again she came to a place where voices murmured. Some of the words came down to her in the river of darkness. She heard them impersonally as if the words floated idly with her and did not refer to her.
'Una,' said a voice.
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