<> Lingard171 Chapter 17 Lingard Estate 1972 Linen Hall Library Thursday, March 10, 2016 TIFF Lingard171 Manuscript Liar, Sack English https://www.niliteraryarchive.com/content/lingard171 Linen Hall Library Linen Hall Library Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA https://www.niliteraryarchive.com/sites/default/files/Lingard171_1.jpg LHL Archive 163 "You don't think I put that box in your yard, do you?" "Kate said you did. She saw you." "She's lying!" Kevin spat the words out angrily. Mr MaloneKelly looked him staright in the eye for the first time. "So you're calling my daughter a liar,are you? " "Yes." "Do you think I would employ a man that calls my daughter a liar?" "You're not going to employ me again, are you? I can't win either way. 0. K., maybe I wouldn't want to work for you if it means keeping on the right side of your daughter." "There's no call to be rude." "I'll tell you something though, Mr MaloneKelly. If you're that fond of your daughter I think you should be taking a good look at the company she's keeping. If you don't you might find more boxes of guns h hidden in your yard." Kevin jumped over a back axle and made for the gate. Mr MaloneKelly called to him to stop but he did not. That would, give Kate's fatherhim something to worry about. Brede was baking. He sniffedsmlet it as he came in at the door. Her face was flushed as she bent over the oven. "Well, Brede," he said "I've just got the sack. What do you think our father's going to say to that?" "Plenty," said Brede. "But it doesn't surprise me. I was waiting for it to happen." "I shall go down and have words with MaloneKelly the night," said Mr Text