<> Lingard192 Chapter 19 Lingard Estate 1972 Linen Hall Library Thursday, March 10, 2016 TIFF Lingard192 Manuscript Funeral, Whiskey English https://www.niliteraryarchive.com/content/lingard192 Linen Hall Library Linen Hall Library Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA https://www.niliteraryarchive.com/sites/default/files/Lingard192_1.jpg LHL Archive 183 Mike had said his mother-in-law was talking rubbush, that there was no chance of them havinggetting a bomb through the window but Moira had said in the end that it might be as well to have the children out of the way anyway until the funeral was over and they fresh country air would do them good. She might even go down and spend a week with them herself afterwards. "Why don’t you go and live there?Mike had said flung back at her and they had almost had a row. She knew that he himself was anxious about the whole situation in the city. ”We ought to be used to things like this," said Moira. "But when it's someone you know happens to a friend you just feel bewildered at the idea of people wanting to do these thingskill. After the funeral service Mike and Kevin came back. Mike kissedbent over Moira to kiss her and asked,"You all right?" She nodded. Kevin sat down beside Sadies on the settee. She slipped her hand into his. It was ice cold. "Hello," he said, trying to smile at her. "Hello," she said softly. "I think I need a little whisky to warm me up." said Mike openinged the sideboard door. "What about you, Kevin? Do you good." "Just a little." Mike made a afce at Sadie. "You're too young." "I don't like the smell anyway." Mike raised his glass to Kevin’s. "Well," he said "here’s to Mr Bthe memory of Mr Blake. We won’t forget him." "We certainly won’t said,"said Kevin. "And if I ever get my hands on the louts that did it I’ll kill them!" His eyes flashed and Text