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She was dark enough to be Italian, and yet one would not have been surprised to hear her speak French. Her eyes were perhaps her most compelling feature. They were brown and looked right at you – into you, almost through you – and there was a little sadness in them that made her laughter special. ‘You really must do more photography, Tom. This is a sign,’ Samantha was informing him. ’ He frowned. ‘It’s an encouragement. You have poetry in your soul, sweetie. ’ Tom sighed. He wished he could be more open with her, match her gift for self-revelation.

But if she could find the right words – how often they had eluded her! – then maybe Caddy would visit her, and they could find some way to negotiate all the awkwardnesses. It would mean so very much to Jim… Jim and Caddy had always been close. There had been an ease between them from the very beginning, and Ava had often felt excluded from their laughter. They were so alike. Both of them bought huge Sunday papers they never got around to reading fully; they were prepared to watch films with subtitles, and purchased bottles of plain water when they could just turn on the tap; they liked things like olives and feta cheese and lasagne more than Irish stew, which was obviously far more nourishing.

Swimming was good for sensitive people like herself; it gave them the sensation of being supported and comforted. Exercise in general was good for anxiety, and if you cried no one noticed because there was so much water. Roz was doing solo aqua-aerobics, but Caddy managed to ignore her. That was the nice thing about swimming: you were in a little world of your own, but you were all in the same water. She waved an arm through it and watched the gentle swirls. Her serenity was interrupted by the appearance of a man standing beside the deep end.

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