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The Reluctant Pinkerton

The Reluctant Pinkerton
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The Reluctant Pinkerton
The Reluctant Pinkerton

About book: “You mean he’s going to replace it himself?”
“I don’t know how he’s gonna do it, boss, but he’s gonna do it,” Roper said. “You should have it tomorrow, only…”
“Only what?”
“Well, he wants me to come and pick it up,” Roper said. “Doesn’t want to take the chance of another messenger, I guess.”
“Are you willing to do that?”
“If you’re willing to trust me with the money,” Roper said. “And you don’t want to go and pick it up yourself.”
“No,” Orton said, “I’ll trust you with it.”
“We don’t know exactly how much it’s liable to be,” Roper said. “Sure you want to trust me with that much temptation?”
“I can trust you, Andy,” Orton said.
“What makes you say that?”
“I got a feeling about you,” the other man said. “I have ever since I met you.”
“Well, I don’t know why that is,” Roper said, “but I guess I appreciate it.”
“Now that you’re here, though,” Orton said, “how about getting some work done?”
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