- Michael . born 1933, British playwright, novelist, and translator; his plays include The Two of Us (1970), Noises Off (1982), Copenhagen (1998), and Democracy (2004); novels include A Landing on the Sun (1991) and Spies (2002)
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Can't you appoint me your deputy down here to examine Miss Frayn, whose grandfather got killed in that wreck?
Then he handed them down, turned his back on Miss Frayn, and spoke in a low tone, like one greatly shocked.
Something in his tone or in the turning of his back seemed to strike upon the senses of Miss Frayn as unpleasant or hostile.
Miss Frayn fretted the linoleum with little taps of her toe, and her delicate nostrils fluttered.
Miss Frayn's eyes grew bright, and her cheek showed a spot of crimson which deepened as the reading of the affidavit went on.