At the dinner, Lowe and Spade stare in disbelief as Farley devours two gigantic porterhouse steaks.
Then recalled Farley Mowat marking territory this way in his famous book Never Cry Wolf.
Farley puts another cube of butter on top of another mouthful, and, giggling like a baby, says, “It needs a hat!”
The Vatican handily disagrees on both points, and said so in the notification sent to Sister Farley.
According to Lowe, Farley “has a shot of espresso before every closeup” and also has a gargantuan appetite.
She did not come out again that evening, but sent word by Elsie that Farley was sick and needed nursing.
At a word from Carmena, Farley led him to a cool dark inner room.
Old Mr. Farley is such a kind old man and your grandmother was so good to the little baby that died.
Farley was crouched at the far side of the rope-ladder doorway.
Farley alighted first, carrying the unconscious girl, and was followed by Miss Hollingsworth.