Tarrant of Tin Spout

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George H. Doran Company, 1922 - 304 pages
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Page 19 - His swarthy countenance was hard and crafty, and a wide scar ran across one side of his face from the lobe of the ear to the tip of the nose. Tarrant looked him over calmly from head to toe and deliberately turned away. "I don't see what all that has got to do with me, Jim,
Page 183 - I should think you would be the last person in the world to defend him. He is a trouble maker ; he's always making trouble. He is responsible for that fire
Page 190 - ... haven't found her yet." They entered the living room. First they saw Alia. Then Munis. For a moment they looked at each other in bewilderment. Then they both cried out and fainted. Amir was standing there helplessly looking at the four bodies on the floor. He said to himself, "God, what should I do?
Page 74 - Why was he appraising her with that strange expression on his face, an expression she had never seen there before?

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