'Billy Weaver had travelled down fromLondon on the slow afternoon train, with achange at Swindon on the way.'
can you sign the book?
'He had never stayed in anyboarding-houses, and, to be perfectly honest,he was a tiny bit frightened of them.'
'On the first-floor landing she said to him, “This floor is mine.”They climbed up a second flight. “And thisone is all yours,” she said. “Here’s your room.'
'before you go tobed, would you be kind enough to pop into the sitting-room on the ground floor andsign the book?'
There were only twoother entries above his on the page, and, as one always does with guest-books, he started to read them. One was a Christopher Mulholland from Cardiff. The other was Gregory W. Temple from Bristol.
“Well, you see – both of these names, Mulholland and Temple, I not only seem to remember each one of them separately, so to speak, but somehow or other, in some peculiar way, they both appear to be sort of connected together as well.