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Ol’ Ebo and the Pinkerton

  • Harold Miles
Part of the Contemporary Literature book series (CONLIT)

Abstract

“I’ve never been so stunned in all my life. I just sat there starin’ at the piles of money I’d packed into my suitcases. Finally, Willie broke the silence. ‘We need to get off this island tonight,’ he said. ‘If we don’t, half the Maine State Police will be lookin’ for us by tomorrow. They’ll go house-to-house if they have to, and they’ll search ’til they find us. If we don’t get off this island before daylight, you’re as good as dead.’

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Railroad Station Dollar Bill Poker Game Sand Point Cross Timber 
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Copyright information

© The Humana Press Inc. 1991

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  • Harold Miles

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