By Ira Levin
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T h e police hadn't believed him, so G a n t had started to say rude things about them on his radio program. The owner of the radio station had been angry about that, and the disc jockey lost his job. Bud wasn't worried about G a n t — he couldn't prove anything! But when the college term finished in June, Bud went unhappily back to his mother's house in Menasset. That summer, he argued with his mother every day. He was rude and angry all the time. T h e n one night, he had an idea. Perhaps the time he'd spent on Dorothy and Ellen had been useful.
Ellen asked. "Perhaps he was the father of the baby. " "I don't remember his name," Powell said. "He wasn't in our English class. I didn't know him. Someone told me that he was in the same Economics class as Dorothy. And someone did tell me his name once. I wrote it in a notebook. I can't remember it now. " "OK, let's go now," Ellen said. "I'm sorry that I made you go up on the roof tonight, Dwight. " The two young people got up to leave the hotel. They passed the table on the other side of the screen, but it was empty.
W h e n they reached the catwalk, Leo told Bud to walk in front of Dettweiler and himself. As the three men walked along the metal floor, holding the rails, Leo explained the smelting processes again. As he spoke, he pointed to huge vats of hot, liquid metal on the floor far below them. He explained what was in each vat. He explained how the copper was separated from the other metals which were found with it. Bud asked lots of questions and Leo answered them. "The catwalk ends over the last vat," Leo said.
A Kiss Before Dying (Macmillan Reader) by Ira Levin