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“Her mother’s sister Caroline and Caroline’s husband, Ed, had gotten Jesus in a big way — so big they’d decided what they really needed to do was move into a series of third-world hell-holes to convince the people living in squalor and semistarvation there that starving with Jesus was better than starving without him.”
“Here Hawkins broke down again in a big way but finally divulged that he had seen the body, dropped the tray, tried to claw his way out at the front, run by the side aisle through the stalls and pass-door, out of the stage-door and down the alley, where he ran into Peregrine and Emily.”
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