By Charlotte Lamb
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He sounded curt. The terrible fam¬iliarity of that deep, harsh tone sank into her. It was a sensation she was far too intimate with— this helpless, bitter weakness. For a moment she lay there, trembling, accept¬ing that her flight was over. Gabriel had found her. She had known he would from the moment she realised her photograph had been put into the newspaper. She hadn't expected his arrival to be so soon. Or had time blurred to such an extent that she no longer knew what time it was? How long had she been here?
Gabriel shook his head, saying nothing. Dudley inclined his head and withdrew without another word. Marisa's nostrils quivered at the scent of the soup. Slowly she picked up the spoon. Each mouthful was an effort. She forced herself to drink half of the soup. She could not touch the golden omelet under another cover. There were two cups on the tray and a silver pot of coffee. ' He moved the bedroom chair to a pos¬ition near the bed and sat down, crossing his long legs. She felt his proximity as a threat, her lashes flickering, but schooled herself to hide the fear he awoke in her.
From under his helmet he surveyed her with¬out panic. ' 'There,' said Marisa, pointing back towards the cake shop. 'Outside. ' The lady in the red hat handed her the squashed box with a half curious, half reproachful look. ' Marisa dazedly took them, still staring at the policeman. ' Marisa's panic was growing. She felt like screaming to make him do something. 'They can't have gone far. I was only in there for a minute. ' She looked away, trying to see something other than dense knots of hurrying people.