According to Burrell, they included: Dodi Fayed, whom she was seeing at the time of her death.
Burrell, however, had too much at stake tamely to relinquish his purpose.
Mrs. Burrell was at home, and he sent a request for an interview.
Burrell made the best reply he could, without confirming or denying the inference drawn from his early rising.
It was before such a man that Burrell of Burrell now stood, and by whom he was addressed.
He had resolved to take it to Mrs. Burrell in the afternoon, for the morning was his time for study and writing.
Burrell started, for it was a miniature of himself, which he had given her in the bud of his affection.
It was very painful to her, and she had promised Mr. Burrell not to indulge in painful thoughts.
Burrell pressed him to remain; but the old man resolutely refused.
Burrell looked anxiously, and earnestly; but he could perceive nothing of which she spoke.