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8. The Perishing of the Pendragons (continued)
"I was sea-sick," said Father Brown simply. "I felt simply horrible. But feeling horrible has nothing to do with not seeing things." And he closed his eyes.
"Do you think most men would have seen that?" asked Flambeau. He received no answer: Father Brown was asleep.
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