Henry is nothing if not fast-moving. Smiley was also, and Orlando Cole certainly still is, even at 100. And Sherlock would move fast, too, when "the game was afoot." But Sherlock had the ability to relax when he knew there was nothing to be done about it.
Well, here's Julie's and Will's testimony to Henry's speed. Here's Julie talking:
'Are you going to be home by Christmas?'Here's Julie's resentment creeping in at Henry for not being as involved with her as she would have liked him to be.
I [Will] chuckled. 'At your father's pace he'll wrap it up in a few days.'
'I wonder about that pace,' she said. 'And he's almost 90.
'Never slows down for anything, does he?' I said.
'Especially not his daughter.'
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