Whenever you ask him for something he'll roll the stub of his cigar from one side of his mouth to the other and scratch his mustache with one finger. Rose O' the Sea: A Romance - Page 298by Marguerite Florence Jervis Barclay Evans - 1920 - 334 pagesFull view
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...The head was identified as that of the bomber. The inspector's only reaction was to shift his unlit cigar from one side of his mouth to the other. This was before the age of fingerprinting. In order to identify the suspect, Byrnes had the head put on exhibit...