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By Don Bruns

It's professional: stumbling, bumbling James Lessor and pass Moore are authorized deepest investigators. Now, that's a few frightening stuff.It may perhaps take time to get Moore or much less investigations off the floor, so James takes a task with a touring carnival show.But this convey has a doubtful attractiveness, having had a string of injuries and a minimum of one loss of life long ago year.When they're employed to enquire what's brought on the carnival chaos, James and pass set into movement a dizzying, curler coaster chain of events.After a terrifying journey at the Dragon Tail experience, a not-so-fun dust-up in Freddy's enjoyable apartment, and a bunch of threats, James and pass notice they'll get something yet cooperation from this cantankerous forged of carnies.But while a carnival employee is murdered, James and pass must act fast-because they may be subsequent in line.For James and pass, the one factor sweeter than the scent of corndogs and fried dough would be the candy odor of success-but hence, "success" skill getting out alive.This research goes thoroughly off the rails.

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The sheriff rubbed his chin and glanced around at the brush and the river. 0pt PgVar ——— Normal Page PgEnds: TEX [21], (21) BOOKCOMP, Inc. — University of Oklahoma Press / Page 21 / Printer proof / Black Silk Handkerchief / Birchfield 22 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 D. L. BIRCHFIELD and was waiting around for her clothes to get dry. ” “Yeah. ” “Well, maybe she was still a little too drunk and she wandered too far away from that brush over there.

The sale of that ranch had happened so suddenly, after a night of drinking, and then he’d died so soon afterward, that anything requiring much forethought or afterthought didn’t seem likely. But the slim hope that Billington had paid gift taxes was all Hom-Astubby could cling to. Hom-Astubby’s attorneys hadn’t had any luck finding out what Billington might have done, if anything, about gift taxes. The Billington estate was tied up in court, the subject of several lawsuits, and the attorneys for the estate were slow in communicating with everyone.

Got a big ole baconwrapped filet mignon that’ll melt in your mouth. But it’s pretty expensive and it gets a little loud on Saturday night. That’s when the younguns pretty much take over the place. Mama Garcia’s, in town, has got great Mexican food. Nobody can cook like Beryl Garcia. That’s Harry’s favorite place. ” “I love that food,” Hom-Astubby said. ” He watched the sheriff drive away, staring at the Notre Dame football decal on his back window. Hom-Astubby had never noticed before, but the little Irishman in the decal was smiling, a distinctly smug and mischievous little smile.

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