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Author:Anthony Boucher

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Published: 2018-06-10T16:00:00+00:00

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The Case of the Solid Key by Anthony Boucher

Chapter 12

The phone call that roused Norman early the next morning was from Fergus. “Come over quick and get me out of here,” the invalid demanded tersely, and hung up.

Norman arrived at the O’Breen bungalow in a breakfastless hurry to find the detective lying on a couch, his ankle swollen and strapped.

 

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Author:Anthony Boucher

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: MysteriousPress.com/Open Road Media

Published: 2018-06-10T16:00:00+00:00
Chapter 12

The phone call that roused Norman early the next morning was from Fergus. “Come over quick and get me out of here,” the invalid demanded tersely, and hung up.

Norman arrived at the O’Breen bungalow in a breakfastless hurry to find the detective lying on a couch, his ankle swollen and strapped.

“Prompt work,” Fergus greeted. “You’re a man to rely on.”

“What’s all the hurry? Did something break?”

“Nothing—aside from my bones, and do you have to make such a face at a harmless pun? But Maureen went all maternal over me and men never know how to look after themselves and what I need is a doctor. She phoned for an appointment, and he’s coming this morning at ten. So by that time I’ve got to get out of here.”

“Ought you to? Mightn’t it be better to go on being Mycroft for a while? You shouldn’t take chances.”

“Stop parroting my beloved sister! At ten this morning is Mark Andrews’ meeting extraordinary at the theater. You don’t think I’m going to miss that, do you? And I’ve got to have a session with Hilary and one with Fennworth—and Fran and maybe even Jordan. To say nothing of a spot of follow-up work on what we might call the Affaire La Marr. So now help me up.”

“You can’t even walk? Look, Fergus—”

“I can make out all right,” the Irishman snapped with that petulance peculiar to invalids who know they can’t. “Fetch me that cane over there. Pop used to carry it in parades; lucky it was still around the house. There.”

Supported half by the cane, half by his Watson, Fergus limped to the yellow roadster and crawled in. Norman took the wheel and asked, “Where to?”

“Had breakfast? No? God, but you’re a loyal soul. All right; drive to the joint around the corner and we can talk while you eat.”

“I expected you,” Fergus began while they waited for Norman’s ham and eggs, “to burst in wild-eyed, shouting, ‘Have they found her yet?’ Why this sudden fading of interest?”

“But have they?” Norman tried to sound eager.

“No, they haven’t. Sarah Plunk has vanished as completely as something out of Charles Fort.”

“Surely,” he continued to play out the comedy, “there must be some trace.”

“No. Since she left her rooming house, not a living soul can be found that’s seen her—unless, of course, you count your visit last night.”

Norman executed a major double take. “What do you mean?”

“What’s the use of bluffing? You saw her last night, and you aren’t any too happy about it. Why keep up this pretense of wondering where she is?”

Norman set down his tomato juice with a thump. “All right, by God, I’ll say it. ‘Marvelous, O’Breen!’ There; now are you happy? And how the merry hell did you know about it?”

Fergus grinned. “Nice to be appreciated. And all done without needles, mirrors, or even much of the little gray cells. It goes like this: a, yesterday morning you’re all hepped up about ‘Where is Sarah?’ b, yesterday afternoon you get an implausible phone call ‘from Metropolis.

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