Excerpt from The Spinning of Fate
The last words were uttered in surprise as a tall, slim girl, with very deep dark violet eyes and masses of shining bronze-brown hair came in at the station gate and hurried towards them, her hands outstretched. Her lovely face ﬂushed when she saw Lyall Galbraith, and the man's honest eyes kindled at the sight.
I did not expect to see you here, she said brightly, giving a hand first to her brother, then to him. Did you think there was no one to meet you, Barry? How the horses have gal lopodi I saw the smoke of the train coming row by Millhall when we were far up the road.
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