THE BROTHER OF DAPHNEbyDornford YatesChapter I Punch and JudyChapter II Clothes and the manChapter III When it was darkChapter IV Adam and New Year's eveChapter V The Judgement of ParisChapter VI Which to adoreChapter VII Every picture tells a storyChapter VIII The Busy BeersChapter IX A point of honourChapter X Pride goeth beforeChapter XI The love sceneChapter XII The order of the bathChapter XIII A lucid intervalChapter XIV A private viewChapter XV All foundCHAPTER IPUNCH AND JUDY"I said you'd do something," said Daphne, leaning back easily in herlong chair.I stopped swinging my legs and looked at her."Did you, indeed," I said coldly.My sister nodded dreamily."Then you lied, darling. In your white throat," I said pleasantly."By the way, d'you know if the petrol's come?""I don't even care," said Daphne. "But I didn't lie, old chap. Myword is--""Your bond? Quite so. But not mine. The appointment I have in Townthat day--"