A Man Called Milo Morai by Robert Adams PDF
By Robert Adams
“Be reconciled, or be destroyed!” For your time, hassle were brewing among clans Linsee and Skaht. Many women and men have been killed in raids, and the feud among them threatened to spill over and engulf all of the Kindred clans. ultimately, the Council of Chiefs handed judgment: Linsee and Skaht needs to set aside their hatred or be scattered and enslaved. In a final, determined fight to save lots of the solidarity of the Kindred, Milo grants to intercede, taking the assembled little children on a trip of the brain to a wierd and far away place…back to the 20th century!
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But Maggie O'Shea was ready. She caught Irunn's telegraphed buffet easily on her left forearm even as she sank a paralyzing punch into the younger woman's solar plexus. A ready follow-up was not necessary. Irunn staggered back across the foyer, wide-eyed, gasping for breath, clutching with both her big hands at the point of impact, until her heels struck the first step of the staircase and she lost her balance and landed hard on her rump on the lower landing. Between the two of them, Maggie and Rosaleen got the woman up and into a chair in the parlor to await the priest, the doctor and the policeman.
I agree, Miss Thorsdottar, there is talking to do, but it all will be done here, where as many witnesses as there are at home tonight can hear and remember. There have been more than enough lies and prevarications from, you concerning Mr. Milo Moray and what he was supposed to have done or not done. I, who have known you and worked with you and lived with you for years, would never have thought you capable of such terrible wickedness had the evidence not been placed in my hands. Now, tonight, I will have the full and unvarnished truth out of you.
Chapter IV As he slumped in his train seat on his way to Indianapolis, Indiana, Milo looked to be asleep, but he was not. Rather was he thinking back to the night of Irunn Thors-dottar's return to the O'Shea house from Wisconsin, when all pure hell broke loose and some hard truths were finally voiced. , while Maggie and those of the household not working night shift were seated around the radio console in the parlor and Pat was facing Milo over the chessboard. Aware that Maggie disliked being disturbed when a favorite program was being broadcast, the returnee had climbed the stairs with her bag after only the briefest of greetings to the household in general.
A Man Called Milo Morai by Robert Adams