He claimed that Keeler would reveal new details of this famous scandal.
I took care that he was briefed in advance on our skepticism about the “revelations” in the Keeler account.
Keeler says that Castanea is from a town of that name in Thessaly, or from another town of that name in Pontus.
But Mr. Keeler did neither, nor did Captain Snow ask a question.
Albert smiled condescendingly and, instead of looking over Mr. Keeler's books, walked over to the window and looked out of that.
Even Mr. Keeler congratulated him at the office next morning.
Albert smiled, but it astonished him to find that Mr. Keeler knew what a sonnet was.
When they reached the office, the captain spoke to Mr. Keeler.
Mr. Keeler turned it up, making a trembly job of the turning.
Mr. Keeler eyed the boy in Abner's company, while he was cutting off the meat.