How does Doyle create tension when referring to the speed of the car on the hill? Give examples "How it happened" by Conan Doyle

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The main way in which Conan Doyle creates tension in this part of the story is through his vivid descriptions of what is happening.

First of all, as the car reaches the top of the hill, we know that the hill is dangerous.  We are told that there are places where the grade is...

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