There a good many startling surprises in TV camera work. But if the universe reels — will an eager lad get a second chance?
"Don Hartley!" The little blonde secretary's eyes opened wide with curiosity as she repeated his name. She knows, then, thought Don.
"Just — just a minute," she said. She picked up the phone and pressed the inter-office button. "Mr. Don Hartley to see you, sir," she announced. Then after a pause, "Yes, sir."
She replaced the receiver, and turned back to Don. "Won't you please have a seat, Mr. Hartley. He'll see you in a moment."
Don sat uncomfortably on the edge of one of the heavy, leather-upholstered chairs. He looked around the beautifully appointed ante-office. The little secretary was trying in vain to be inconspicuous in her curiosity about him. He shifted self-consciously on the chair.
Was he in the right place? Had he really made the right decision? It was a damned difficult thing to figure out!
For the umpteenth time he let his mind wander back twenty-four hours — a measly twenty four hours — when ...
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