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"Was there the slightest evidence of violence?"

"But you don't believe-" Samir stopped. The distress was plain again. In fact, it had worsened.

"Evidence? No. But there was a feeling about that tomb, and the curses written all over the mummy case. The thing wanted to be left in peace. The sun. It did not want the sun. But it was asking to be left in peace. That is what the dead always want."

Without taking his eyes off Elliott, Samir opened a small delicately carved ivory box. Egyptian cigarettes. Perfectly delicious. Samir lifted the gold lighter and handed it to Elliott.

"Not a particle of sense."

"Thank you. I might add ... for I suppose you are wondering ... this mummy did not hurt Julie at all. And has become in fact her honoured guest-'

"Do they?"Elliott asked." If I were dead, I'm not sure I would want to be at peace. If it meant being purely dead, that is."

"This Egyptologist. You said that his name was Reginald Ramsey. I have never heard of an Egyptologist by that name."

"Evidence? No. But there was a feeling about that tomb, and the curses written all over the mummy case. The thing wanted to be left in peace. The sun. It did not want the sun. But it was asking to be left in peace. That is what the dead always want."

"Perhaps the museum should look into it further,"Elliott said." Check up on the mummy. After all, the thing is extremely valuable."

Elliott lit the cigarette and inhaled deeply.

Elliott lit the cigarette and inhaled deeply.

"I do not like this story. I do not like it at all. I do not like that Miss Stratford is alone in the house with these relics."

"I do not like this story. I do not like it at all. I do not like that Miss Stratford is alone in the house with these relics."

"We're allowing our imaginations to run away with us, Lord Rutherford. Besides ... Henry Stratford was in the tomb when Lawrence died!"

Samir didn't answer. He had sunk into that speechless state again, staring at the desk before him.

"Evidence? No. But there was a feeling about that tomb, and the curses written all over the mummy case. The thing wanted to be left in peace. The sun. It did not want the sun. But it was asking to be left in peace. That is what the dead always want."

"Perhaps the museum should look into it further,"Elliott said." Check up on the mummy. After all, the thing is extremely valuable."

"I think I do."

"Thank you. I might add ... for I suppose you are wondering ... this mummy did not hurt Julie at all. And has become in fact her honoured guest-'

"This is preposterous,"Samir murmured." Lawrence died of a heart attack in that tomb. This thing did not kill him! This is madness."

"You'll forgive me,"he said," but I don't have a very high opinion of Lawrence's nephew, Henry."

"You're going to hear about all this soon enough from others,"he said casually." The reporters were there in force. 'Mummy Walks in Mayfair.'" He shrugged.

Elliott took hold of his cane firmly and rose to his feet. He was getting quite good at hiding the inevitable discomfort of that simple operation. But he had to stand quite still for a few moments to allow the pain to stop. He crushed out his cigarette slowly.

"Lord Rutherford ..."

"You're going to hear about all this soon enough from others,"he said casually." The reporters were there in force. 'Mummy Walks in Mayfair.'" He shrugged.

"Of course you haven't. And you know them all, don't you? From Cairo to London or Manchester, or Berlin or New York."

"You're going to hear about all this soon enough from others,"he said casually." The reporters were there in force. 'Mummy Walks in Mayfair.'" He shrugged.

"Unless, of course, we entertain for a moment the notion that this mummy is immortal. Then everything falls into place."

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