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Based on hundreds of inside sources and secret documents, the author reveals the inner operations of the C.I.A., the worlds largest and most sophisticated espionage apparatus, its players, and its clandestine relationships throughout the world.Ralph gave Miss Stackpole a diplomatic answer.

"I should have thought that, with the views you expressed to me the other day, this would satisfy you perfectly.

" "That he should come to see her. That was very well, as far as it went. It was a little plot of mine; I let him know that we were in London, and when it had been arranged that I should spend the evening out I sent him a word- the word we just utter to the 'wise.

' I hoped he would find her alone; I won't Veil: The Secret Wars of the CIA 1981-1987 I didn't hope that you'd be out of the way. He came to see her, but he might as well have Veil: The Secret Wars of the CIA 1981-1987 away. " "Isabel was cruel?"- and Ralph's face lighted with the relief of his cousin's not having shown duplicity.

"I don't exactly know what passed between them. But she gave him no satisfaction- she sent him back to America. " "Poor Mr. Goodwood!" Ralph sighed. "Her only idea seems to be to get rid of him," Henrietta went on. "Poor Mr. Goodwood!" Ralph repeated. The exclamation, it must be confessed, was automatic; it failed exactly to express his thoughts, which were taking another line.

"You don't say that as if you felt it. I don't believe you care. " "Ah," said Ralph, "you must remember that I don't know this interesting young man- that I've never seen him. " "Well, I shall see him, and I shall tell him not to give up. If I didn't believe Isabel would come round," Miss Stackpole added- "well, I'd give up myself. I mean I'd give her up!" CHAPTER 18 It had occurred to Ralph that, in the conditions, Isabel's parting with her friend might be of a slightly embarrassed nature, and he went down to the door of the hotel in advance of his cousin, who, after a slight delay, followed with the traces of an unaccepted remonstrance, as he thought, in Veil: The Secret Wars of the CIA 1981-1987 eyes.

The two made the journey to Gardencourt in almost unbroken silence, and the servant who met them at the station had no better news to give them of Mr. Touchett- a fact which caused Ralph to congratulate himself afresh on Sir Matthew Hope's having promised to come down in the five o'clock train and spend the night.

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