Buffalo Soldiers (Gunsmith, Book 362) by J. R. Roberts

By J. R. Roberts

Former slave Bass Reeves is now a deputy marshal. With the aid of Clint Adams, he's monitoring a gang of masked financial institution robbers, who as soon as rode as Buffalo infantrymen. What made the heroes of the cavalry cross undesirable?

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Your experiment is a parody without embellishment,’ Dr Mann said. There was a silence, if you can exclude the cacophony of voices, dishes and music of the surrounding hubbub. ’ ‘I read your letter to the Esso Foundation,’ Dr Mann said. ‘I know a teen-age girl that could run intellectual rings around most of us here,’ Jake said, changing the subject without blinking an eye. ‘She knew everything, brains coming out of her ears. I was within weeks of a major breakthrough. ’ I asked. ‘Fell from the Williamsburg Bridge into the East River.

He looked up at me for the first time. His jowls were a Santa Claus pink, either from alcohol or anger. I couldn’t tell. ’ ‘So why do you waste your time? ’ ‘It’s an entertaining time-filler. I often daydream of publishing embellished results to parody such experiments. ” ’ ‘Your experiment is a parody without embellishment,’ Dr Mann said. There was a silence, if you can exclude the cacophony of voices, dishes and music of the surrounding hubbub. ’ ‘I read your letter to the Esso Foundation,’ Dr Mann said.

Yes, Dr Rhinehart,’ she said. ’ ‘Oh, Doctor,’ she smiled doubtfully. ’ ‘Don’t worry, Miss Reingold,’ I replied firmly. 07 when I finally settled into my chair behind the outstretched form of Reginald Jenkins on my couch. Normally nothing upsets a patient more than a late analyst, but Jenkins was a masochist: I could count on him assuming that he deserved it. ’ ‘That’s quite all right, Mr Jenkins. I’m sorry I’m late. ’ Now the curious reader will want to know what kind of an analyst I was. It so happens that I practised non-directive therapy.

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