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the trial of don bilioso

He remembered the unhappy sensation: a pleasure tainted by his conscience. He vowed then and there never to let such irrational feelings spoil a good meal again….”   by j.r. salling   It seemed fitting that the corpulent Don and his lawyer amused themselves by playing hangman while the prosecution…

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on the docks

Although he may well have been pleased, Jeffrey Pigeon stopped showing his face at the docks. Eddie figured he had nothing more to say about fish….”   by j.r. salling   His skin as white as a slug’s underbelly, Jeffrey Pigeon was always observing from under his broad-brimmed straw hat…

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