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"Why're you staring at the hedge?" he said suspiciously.
"What a night," he mumbled, groping for the teapot as they all sat down around him. "Nine raids. Nine! And old Mundungus Fletcher tried to put a hex on me when I had my back turned ......
Soon, the crowd of gnomes in the field started walking away in a straggling line, their little shoulders hunched.
"Back to Hagrid's!" Harry said. "It's empty now -- come on!"
All three of Mrs. Weasley's sons were taller than she was, but they cowered as her rage broke over them.
Black kicked out and Pettigrew recoiled.
"Maybe a vampire," suggested Dean Thomas hopefully.
"All right," said Harry, "all right. . . "
For a fraction of a second he stood, irresolute, in front of Hagrid's door. You must not be seen. But he didn't want to be seen. He wanted to do the seeing.... He had to know...
"Okay, but we'll go around by the greenhouses!" said Hermione breathlessly. "We need to keep out of sight of Hagrid's front door, or we'll see us! We must be nearly at Hagrid's by now!"
"I don't know whether the Malfoys own a house-elf said
"Where did you get that hourglass thing?"
But no one came. Harry raised his head to look at the circle of dementors across the lake. One of them was lowering its hood. It was time for the rescuer to appear -- but no one was coming to help this time --
shooed the shocked Masons back into the dining room, promised Harry he would flay him to within an inch of his life when the Ma sons had left, and handed him a mop. Aunt Petunia dug some ice cream out of the freezer and Harry, still shaking, started scrubbing the kitchen clean.