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I congratulated him on his little bungalow, and he said he always spent his week
ends and holidays here. "With the missus, needless to say," he added. I glanced
at her, and noticed that she and Marie seemed to be getting on well together; ...
We each gave him an arm and helped him back to the bungalow. Once we were
there he told us the wounds weren't so very deep and he could walk to where the
doctor was. Marie had gone quite pale, and Mme Masson was in tears. Masson ...
So Raymond and I turned and walked back. He seemed happier, and began
talking about the bus to catch for our return. When we reached the bungalow
Raymond promptly went up the wooden steps, but I halted on the bottom one.
The light ...
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