By Barbara Michaels
For the visitors at Ruth Bennet's trendy Georgetwon domestic, the seance used to be only a playful diversion . . . until eventually Ruth's niece Sara spoke in a deep guttural voice no longer her personal . . . and the sport grew to become frighteningly real.. the recent York instances calls omit Michaels a consultant, asserting, "When the seances get going and the ghosts stroll (and talk), even the nonbelievers take notice." formerly released in 1969 by means of Fawcett.
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She was still trying to pin down that elusive sense of wrongness in Sara’s face. ” “Ruth, you’re hopeless,” Sara said, with a burst of laughter. “At least you must admit Bruce is immaculate. ” “It’s not so much the beard as my suspicion that he pastes it on. He isn’t old enough to have a beard like Philip of Spain’s. ” “Sure, I feel fine. ” “You said you couldn’t get back to sleep. ” Sara’s eyes dropped. She picked up her fork and began pushing golden fragments of egg around her plate. Ammie, Come Home 29 “My conscience, probably.
Bennett, I’m looking forward to it,” Bruce recited. ” “Skeptics I’ve got,” Ruth said wryly. “Pat’s no skeptic, he’s the Grand Inquisitor. Burn ’em at the stake, that’s his motto. ” This was one of the things she most disliked about the younger generation in general and Bruce in particular—their habit of cheap, pseudopsychological analysis. “You are fastidious. ” “Sara still hasn’t quite given up believing in Santa Claus,” Bruce went on. The look he gave Sara was meant to be casually amused, but Ruth caught a glimpse of his eyes, and their expression made her catch her breath.
He released her, and began the complicated operation of extracting his bulk from the little car. “These kids must be contortionists. I’ve always wondered how they manage to—” The rest of the sentence was lost as he came around to open her door. When they entered the hall Ruth heard the voices in the living room, and a jolt of unreasonable irritation struck her. She had forgotten Sara’s guest, or had assumed that he would have left. She had smoothed her face into a smile by the time she walked into the living room, there was really no reason why she should let the boy irritate her so.
Ammie, Come Home by Barbara Michaels