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He asked Louis Bertrand steadily and hard. " He looked away from White over to where George Latham, owner of the Tyler Arms, was sitting drinking coffee. He raised his voice to attract an ally. There had been something in Alexander White's tone. " George Latham had come over and so had George Smiter, who had just entered. Bertrand looked up at them. " White demanded. "Now take it easy, Alex," George Latham soothed him. " "The hell he didn't. Are you accusing Harry of something? " No one had said it and none of them thought that it was so, but anger breeds its kind, and mystery compounds it.
Harry looked at Martin Bollard and shrugged his shoulders, but what could Martin say, who also wanted answers to the question Billy had asked. Only the wraithlike Tingle, glancing quickly about himself twice, looked at Harry, smiled, and then was gone. "Harry, could I see you a minute," Alexander White called to him. In back, in the little office, White explained to Harry that "it" was all over the town, indeed, all over the entire area of the county that had contact with Tyler. " He explained that if a man didn't like you he would drive (county roads being so good now) ten miles out of his way to do his business elsewhere.
But Harry cut him off. "Okay," he said. They all turned and leaned toward him as though they expected him to fall down. " his daughter began, putting her hand out to him. She didn't think that he had understood. She wanted him to be certain that he understood what was implied. But he forestalled her, them. "It's okay," he said, nodding. "I understand. A psychiatrist. " And then, to help them out of their confused silence and their embarrassment, he said, "Look. " And with the confidence of a man who knows a thing or two about his own madness, he kissed them all good night and went to bed.