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[Reading] ➶ Night Shift ➬ Stephen King – Cutabovebarberagency.co.uk JERUSALEM S LOTOct AR BONESHow good it was to step into the cold draughty hall here at Chapelwaite every bone in an ache from that abominable coach in need of instant relief from my distended bladdera[Reading] Night Shift Stephen King Cutabovebarberagency.co.uk JERUSALEM S LOTOct AR BONESHow good it was to step into the cold draughty hall here at Chapelwaite every bone in an ache from that abominable coach in need of instant relief from my distended bladdera JERUSALEM S LOTOct AR BONESHow good it was to step into the cold draughty hall here at Chapelwaite every bone in an ache from that abominable coach in need of instant relief from my distended bladderand to see a letter addressed in your own inimitable scrawl propped on the obscene little cherry wood table beside the door Be assured that I set to deciphering it as soon as the needs of the body were attended to in a coldly ornate downstairs bathroom where I could see my breath rising before my eyesI m glad to hear that you are recovered from the miasma that has so long set in your lungs although I assure you that I do sympathize with the moral dilemma the cure has affected you with An ailing abolitionist healed by the sunny climes of slave struck Florida Still and all Bones I ask you as a friend who has also walked in the valley of the shadow to take all care of yourself and venture not back to Massachusetts until your body gives you leave Your fine mind and incisive pen cannot serve us if you are clay and if the Southern zone is a healing one is there not poetic justice in that Yes the house is uite as fine as I had been led to believe by my cousin s executors but rathersinister It sits atop a huge and jutting point of land perhaps three miles north of Falmouth and nine miles north of Portland Behind it are some four acres of grounds gone back to the wild in the most formidable manner imaginablejunipers scrub vines bushes and various forms of creeper climb wildly over the picturesue stone walls that separate the estate from the town domain Awful imitations of Greek statuary peer blindly through the wrack from atop various hillocksthey seem in most cases about to lunge at the passer by My cousin Stephen s tastes seem to have run the gamut from the unacceptable to the downright horrific There is an odd little summer house which has been nearly buried in scarlet sumac and a grotesue sundial in the midst of what must once have been a garden It adds the final lunatic touchBut the view from the parlourthan excuses this I command a dizzying view of the rocks at the foot of Chapelwaite Head and the Atlantic itself A huge bellied bay window looks out on this and a huge toadlike secretary stands beside it It will do nicely for the start of that novel which I have talked of so long and no doubt tiresomelyTo day has been gray with occasional splatters of rain As I look out all seems to be a study in slatethe rocks old and worn as Time itself the sky and of course the sea which crashes against the granite fangs below with a sound which is not precisely sound but vibrationI can feel the waves with my feet even as I write The sensation is not a wholly unpleasant oneI know you disapprove my solitary habits dear Bones but I assure you that I am fine and happy Calvin is with me as practical silent and as dependable as ever and by midweek I am sure that between the two of us we shall have straightened our affairs and made arrangement for necessary deliveries from townand a company of cleaning women to begin blowing the dust from this place I will closethere are so many things as yet to be seen rooms to explore and doubtless a thousand pieces of execrable furniture to be viewed by these tender eyes Once again my thanks for the touch of familiar brought by your letter and for your continuing regardGive my love to your wife as you both have mineARLESOct AR BONESSuch a place this is It continues to amaze meas do the reactions of the townfolk in the closest village to my occupancy That is a ueer little place with the picturesue name of Preacher s Corners It was there that Calvin contracted for the weekly provisions The other errand that of securing a sufficient supply of cordwood for the winter was likewise taken care of But Cal returned with gloomy countenance and when I asked him what the trouble was he replied grimly enough They think you mad Mr Boone I laughed and said that perhaps they had heard of the brain fever I suffered after my Sarah diedcertainly I spoke madly enough at that time as you could attestBut Cal protested that no one knew anything of me except through my cousin Stephen who contracted for the same services as I have now made provision for What was said sir was that anyone who would live in Chapelwaite must be either a lunatic or run the risk of becoming one This left me utterly perplexed as you may imagine and I asked who had given him this amazing communication He told me that he had been referred to a sullen and rather besotted pulp lo.

Gger named Thompson who owns four hundred acres of pine birch and spruce and who logs it with the help of his five sons for sale to the mills in Portland and to householders in the immediate areaWhen Cal all unknowing of his ueer prejudice gave him the location to which the wood was to be brought this Thompson stared at him with his mouth ajaw and said that he would send his sons with the wood in the good light of the day and by the sea roadCalvin apparently misreading my bemusement for distress hastened to say that the man reeked of cheap whiskey and that he had then lapsed into some kind of nonsense about a deserted village and cousin Stephen s relationsand worms Calvin finished his business with one of Thompson s boys who I take it was rather surly and none too sober or freshly scented himself I take it there has been some of this reaction in Preacher s Corners itself at the general store where Cal spoke with the shop keeper although this wasof the gossipy behind the hand typeNone of this has bothered me much we know how rustics dearly love to enrich their lives with the smell of scandal and myth and I suppose poor Stephen and his side of the family are fair game As I told Cal a man who has fallen to his death almost from his own front porch isthan likely to stir talkThe house itself is a constant amazement Twenty three rooms Bones The wainscotting which panels the upper floors and the portrait gallery is mildewed but still stout While I stood in my late cousin s upstairs bedroom I could hear the rats scuttering behind it and big ones they must be from the sound they makealmost like people walking there I should hate to encounter one in the dark or even in the light for that matter Still I have noted neither holes nor droppings OddThe upper gallery is lined with bad portraits in frames which must be worth a fortune Some bear a resemblance to Stephen as I remember him I believe I have correctly identified my Uncle Henry Boone and his wife Judith the others are unfamiliar I suppose one of them may be my own notorious grandfather Robert But Stephen s side of the family is all but unknown to me for which I am heartily sorry The same good humour that shone in Stephen s letters to Sarah and me the same light of high intellect shines in these portraits bad as they are For what foolish reasons families fall out A rifled escritoire hard words between brothers now dead three generations and blameless descendants are needlessly estranged I cannot help reflecting upon how fortunate it was that you and John Petty succeeded in contacting Stephen when it seemed I might follow my Sarah through the Gatesand upon how unfortunate it was that chance should have robbed us of a face to face meeting How I would have loved to hear him defend the ancestral statuary and furnishings But do not let me denigrate the place to an extreme Stephen s taste was not my own true but beneath the veneer of his additions there are pieces a number of them shrouded by dust covers in the upper chambers which are true masterworks There are beds tables and heavy dark scrollings done in teak and mahogany and many of the bedrooms and receiving chambers the upper study and small parlour hold a somber charm The floors are rich pine that glow with an inner and secret light There is dignity here dignity and the weight of years I cannot yet say I like it but I do respect it I am eager to watch it change as we revolve through the changes of this northern climeLord I run on Write soon Bones Tell me what progress you make and what news you hear from Petty and the rest And please do not make the mistake of trying to persuade any new Southern acuaintances as to your views too forciblyI understand that not all are content to answer merely with their mouths as is our long winded friend Mr CalhounYr affectionate friendCHARLESOct AR RICHARDHello and how are you I have thought about you often since I have taken up residence here at Chapelwaite and had half expected to hear from youand now I receive a letter from Bones telling me that I d forgotten to leave my address at the club Rest assured that I would have written eventually anyway as it sometimes seems that my true and loyal friends are all I have left in the world that is sure and completely normal And Lord how spread we ve become You in Boston writing faithfully for The Liberator to which I have also sent my address incidentally Hanson in England on another of his confoundedjaunts and poor old Bones in the very lions lair recovering his lungsIt goes as well as can be expected here Dick and be assured I will render you a full account when I am not uite as pressed by certain events which are extant hereI think your legal mind may be uite intrigued by certain happenings at Chapelwaite and in the area about itBut in the meantime.

night pdf shift ebok Night Shift PDFGger named Thompson who owns four hundred acres of pine birch and spruce and who logs it with the help of his five sons for sale to the mills in Portland and to householders in the immediate areaWhen Cal all unknowing of his ueer prejudice gave him the location to which the wood was to be brought this Thompson stared at him with his mouth ajaw and said that he would send his sons with the wood in the good light of the day and by the sea roadCalvin apparently misreading my bemusement for distress hastened to say that the man reeked of cheap whiskey and that he had then lapsed into some kind of nonsense about a deserted village and cousin Stephen s relationsand worms Calvin finished his business with one of Thompson s boys who I take it was rather surly and none too sober or freshly scented himself I take it there has been some of this reaction in Preacher s Corners itself at the general store where Cal spoke with the shop keeper although this wasof the gossipy behind the hand typeNone of this has bothered me much we know how rustics dearly love to enrich their lives with the smell of scandal and myth and I suppose poor Stephen and his side of the family are fair game As I told Cal a man who has fallen to his death almost from his own front porch isthan likely to stir talkThe house itself is a constant amazement Twenty three rooms Bones The wainscotting which panels the upper floors and the portrait gallery is mildewed but still stout While I stood in my late cousin s upstairs bedroom I could hear the rats scuttering behind it and big ones they must be from the sound they makealmost like people walking there I should hate to encounter one in the dark or even in the light for that matter Still I have noted neither holes nor droppings OddThe upper gallery is lined with bad portraits in frames which must be worth a fortune Some bear a resemblance to Stephen as I remember him I believe I have correctly identified my Uncle Henry Boone and his wife Judith the others are unfamiliar I suppose one of them may be my own notorious grandfather Robert But Stephen s side of the family is all but unknown to me for which I am heartily sorry The same good humour that shone in Stephen s letters to Sarah and me the same light of high intellect shines in these portraits bad as they are For what foolish reasons families fall out A rifled escritoire hard words between brothers now dead three generations and blameless descendants are needlessly estranged I cannot help reflecting upon how fortunate it was that you and John Petty succeeded in contacting Stephen when it seemed I might follow my Sarah through the Gatesand upon how unfortunate it was that chance should have robbed us of a face to face meeting How I would have loved to hear him defend the ancestral statuary and furnishings But do not let me denigrate the place to an extreme Stephen s taste was not my own true but beneath the veneer of his additions there are pieces a number of them shrouded by dust covers in the upper chambers which are true masterworks There are beds tables and heavy dark scrollings done in teak and mahogany and many of the bedrooms and receiving chambers the upper study and small parlour hold a somber charm The floors are rich pine that glow with an inner and secret light There is dignity here dignity and the weight of years I cannot yet say I like it but I do respect it I am eager to watch it change as we revolve through the changes of this northern climeLord I run on Write soon Bones Tell me what progress you make and what news you hear from Petty and the rest And please do not make the mistake of trying to persuade any new Southern acuaintances as to your views too forciblyI understand that not all are content to answer merely with their mouths as is our long winded friend Mr CalhounYr affectionate friendCHARLESOct AR RICHARDHello and how are you I have thought about you often since I have taken up residence here at Chapelwaite and had half expected to hear from youand now I receive a letter from Bones telling me that I d forgotten to leave my address at the club Rest assured that I would have written eventually anyway as it sometimes seems that my true and loyal friends are all I have left in the world that is sure and completely normal And Lord how spread we ve become You in Boston writing faithfully for The Liberator to which I have also sent my address incidentally Hanson in England on another of his confoundedjaunts and poor old Bones in the very lions lair recovering his lungsIt goes as well as can be expected here Dick and be assured I will render you a full account when I am not uite as pressed by certain events which are extant hereI think your legal mind may be uite intrigued by certain happenings at Chapelwaite and in the area about itBut in the meantime.

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