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  • Or laughs too loudly at a bosss obnoxious joke, or tells his mother-in-law, I love this mince-meat pie, then murmurs to his spouse between burps in the middle of the night: Is she trying to kill me?

    The Two Faces Of Gordon Brown

  • It was this assistant who, twenty minutes after the initial referral, knocked on his bosss door with four sheets of paper in his hands.

    The Lovers

  • Instead, he sought to read and respond to his bosss wishes and second-guessing in ways that amplified uncertainties rather than put them to rest.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • Given that Trotter continued to serve veal and other animals, Tramonto had no use for his former bosss new stance.

    The Foie Gras Wars

  • Then she strode up the hall and into her bosss office, entering without knocking.

    Roadside Crosses

  • Dance was still angry about her bosss carelessness, if not malfeasance, in suborning Robert Harpers covert operation in the CBI file room.

    Roadside Crosses

  • I need to know what Las Vegas vampire got it on with a werewolf mob bosss daughter in the late forties.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • RALPH Wassen entered the expansive office and eyeballed the dejected look on his bosss face.

    Extreme Measures

  • Wassen drained his drink, grabbed his bosss empty glass, and walked over to the bar, saying, Now you show them a picture of little five-year-old Suzy Jones, and you tell them how she was plucked from her bed in the middle of the night, dragged to some musty basement, and repeatedly raped by this hairy disgusting forty-five-year-old guy whos already been convicted twice for sexual assault on a minor.

    Extreme Measures

  • Her rail-thin chief of staff was galloping beside her, his long, lanky stride doubling his bosss.

    Extreme Measures


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