“The Wohls really helped him a lot once Joselyn started dating him,” says a man-about-town who knows Parker well.
Mrs. Kenton died and her daughter, who married a city man named Joselyn, has used it as a summer home until this year.
Nevertheless, he quarreled with Joselyn—and Joselyn disappeared.
Indeed, at the time of Joselyn's "disappearance" the ground had been frozen so hard that the old man could not have dug a grave.
Some time in the winter Mr. Joselyn ran away from her, they say, but I guess old Cragg had nothing do with that.
You call yourself Joselyn—Ned Joselyn—but that isn't your name.
Joselyn was in hiding, for some unexplained reason; Sinclair could appear openly.
However distorted the story might be, it was curious what had become of Mr. Joselyn.