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A fast running stream sparkled blue among the rock crevices and was lost as another bend revealed a glimpse of the panorama left behind before it curved and was lost to view. The purple shadows were beginning to lengthen and panic seized Melissa. She turned fiercely to Mahmoud. 'Why didn't you tell me it was all this way? Where are we going? I—I don't believe you're taking me to Avril! But why? ' 'But you would never have consented to accompany me if I had told you of this long journey,' he said in expressionless tones.
She stared up at the amulet, and the heavy ring beneath it, and listened to the dull sonorous echoes as Philippe plied the ring against its base. She did not really believe that there would be any response, until a soft clicking noise drew her attention to the small grille at eye level and the panel that had slid away behind it. Light gleamed on the eye that stared into her own, and with a small exclamation she drew back. Philippe's hand steadied on her arm, and the door swung slowly open. An impassive faced manservant stood there.
She took an urgent step forward, blinking at the now deserted square, empty except for herself and her rescuer, then the grip on her arm brought her to a standstill. 'One moment, young lady. You are surely not going in pursuit of that scum, or imagining that you will ever set eyes on them, or your watch, again? ' `No! ' Melissa came out of her daze and for the first time looked full into the face of the man whose commanding grasp still held her arm. What she saw checked the spate of indignant incoherencies trembling on her lips.