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foot of the bed


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  • She was standing at the foot of the bed when he went into the room, brushing her hair and looking just exactly as she had looked in the Barries 'library the night before.

    Ungrateful Governess

  • He put it on the tray and then stood at the foot of the bed wearing his shepherd’s plaid suit and his dark red tie.

    Killer Dolphin

  • Mrs Pope smiled affectionately at her daughter, who was standing at the foot of the bed holding Ronnie’s hand to keep him out of mischief, and patiently waiting to go home.

    The Port of London Murders

  • She concentrated on focusing her sight and saw beyond the foot of the bed a wall of pale, newly peeled timber, here and there oozing sap from fresh axe cuts.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • It felt so good I didn't want him to quit and head-butted his hand for another ear rub, then lightly padded down to the foot of the bed and jumped off.


  • Maxwell had plunged over the foot of the bed on the floor, dragging the bed-clothes with him.

    The Authentic Life of Billy The Kid

  • At the foot of the bed was Mother Povondra, her hand to her mouth and weeping into her apron; their daughter in law was tending the stove and the children, Frank and Marie, gazed wide-eyed at their grandfather as if they hardly knew him.

    The War with the Newts

  • He glanced at the interrogator, jerked his head in a nod, then stalked over to the upholstered bench at the foot of the bed and sat on it, his back ramrod-straight.

    Etched in Bone

  • Louis turned, sliding off the foot of the bed onto one knee, aware of the pounding of his heart and the extra vul­nerability his nakedness and excitement forced on him.

    Prayers To Broken Stones


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