Cover of 32 Caliber

32 Caliber

Auhtor: Donald Mcgibeny

Language: english

Genres:

classic
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Review by Beth Cholette, February 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book '32 Caliber':

... her heart would break and begged that we wouldn't think too harshly of her. Again she repeated over and over, 'He didn't do it-He didn't do it!' ...
... against you for my brother's murder. For a moment the little man blinked at me in amazement then he threw back his head and laughed, a shrill, ...
... some papers before him. You were what relation to the deceased? The brother-in-law, I replied. Mr. Thompson, the attorney ...
... months-six if you wish. We can see to that. In the meantime, when will you be able to see Mrs. Felderson? I was going up there now, I answered. ...
... of waiting till he got past? No! The case against Zalnitch falls down. We can strike him off the list. I hated to give him up, but I had ...
... or that the automobile might move away of its own volition, then I ran to the house and rang the bell. All the curtains were drawn and I had about ...
... into a wail. Oh! Pappy Jackson, da's all Ah knows. He tell me he go to de bah an' ef'n anybuddy ask whah he go dat night to sen' em in dah. ...
... supposed. At the sight of her, laughing gaily at some witticism that Woods made as they walked across the field toward us, my head spun with hatred ...
... We were both invited to the Rupert-Smiths' ball, and I made up my mind that before the evening was over, I would be back in her good graces, ...
... to Jim, whose smile has done more to keep peace in committee meetings and to placate irate members than all other harmonizing agencies in the club ...
... Army during part of the m^el'ee, wore the Croix de Guerre with several palms, and could hold a company of people enthralled with stories of ...
... knew-I told her everything, not forgetting the part where I wrenched the gun away from Woods. Goodness, Bupps! I bet you were scared, she commented, ...
... he answered. I should say that the events of the day had addled your brain and that you are a damned inconsiderate brother-in-law to try to make ...
... kissing her and leading her into the drawing-room. Just go in there and lie down while I get my things. As Helen walked from the room, Jim ...
... our recent differences, I was afraid she might think I didn't trust her. And do you suppose Woods knows that? Of course he knows it! ...
... corner drug store and called up Mary. Mother should not be told until a physician could assure me she was strong enough to stand the shock. Mary ...
... it the other way around. Now, Mr. Thompson, you better keep out of this, he advised, getting to his feet. I know that you are anxious to ...
... lonesome. I glanced at her again. Mary, I know this isn't the right time or place, but- Let's go to the hospital and find out ...
... came up to me and pressed my hand with genuine sympathy. I realized how many, many friends Jim had and what a loss his death was to them all. ...
... any theories from you. Look here, Inspector! I demanded, I was in earnest when I told you I wanted you to find out all you could about ...