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eBook Shorty McCabe looks 'em over (Short story index reprint series) ePub

by Sewell Ford

  • ISBN: 0836935357
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Sewell Ford
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Books for Libraries Press (1970)
  • ePub book: 1188 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1536 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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Illustrated byFrancis Vaux Wilson. I looked him over careful but I couldn'tplace him within a mile.

Illustrated byFrancis Vaux Wilson. CHAPTER I. Excuse me, mister man, but ain't you-Hello, yourself! Blamed if Ididn't think there was somethin' kind of natural about the looks, as youcome pikin' by. How're they runnin', eh? Well say, I ain't seen you since we used to hit up the grammar schooltogether. He had points enough, too. The silk hat was aveteran, the Prince Albert dated back about four seasons, but the graygaiters were down to the minute.

Home Sewell Ford Shorty McCabe. The Boss found a lot to look at and paw over; old books andpictures, rusty tin armor and such truck. Give most Johnnieshis pile and turn 'em loose, and what would they do? They'd wear out theclub window-sills, and take in pink teas, and do the society turn. He even poked around in thecoal cellars that they called dungeons. I liked being up in the towers best. I did have something of a chill when I caught sight of asheepish-looking cuss in the glass

Home Sewell Ford Shorty McCabe. I did have something of a chill when I caught sight of asheepish-looking cuss in the glass. He looked sort of familiar, and Iwas wondering what he'd done to be ashamed of, when I sees it was m. hen I squints around at the other guys and say, more'n half of 'em worethe same kind of a look. It was only the women that seemed right tohome.

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