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It was a predictable bouncer which whizzed past Hewitt's face at great speed. He
walked upthe pitch to get a better view ofthe aggressive bowler he was facing. Hewitt saw itwas Williamand he doffed his cap to him in mock respect.
Hewitt asked. Staggs gave Hewitt a baleful glance. “He found his way here and
had the cash. That's all it takes to get ... Hewitt asked. “You don't have to answer
that,” Tredwell said, quickly facing Hewitt. “What's the relevance of the question?
Hewitt said, “I'm in a world of shit.” Walter nodded, pulled out a chair from the
table and turned it around so the back was facing Hewitt, swung a leg over it and
settled down, his arms folded gently over the rounded back of 117 A Peculiar ...