And Then There Were None

what is the general's reaction to Lombard?

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The General is a bit suspicious of Lombard's appearance;

"The faded blue eyes, shrewd in spite of their age, sized up Lombard. For a moment a judgment showed in them-had there been any one to read it. "Good-looking fellow. Something just a little wrong about him. . . ."


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