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  • The office smelled of cigar smoke and Lemon Pledge.

    Tell No One

  • Danny queased on cigar smoke and halitosis; he willed himself pro.

    The Big Nowhere

  • Well, the wind bloweth where it listeth, you see, and if it carries you up several flights of back stairs, along corridors where the air has been replaced by cigar smoke and the carpet fairly squelches with tobacco juice, and at last into a dimly lit salon whose ornate gilt-and-plush decor would do credit to a Damascus brothel, why, you must make the best of it and get her stripped and on to the bed before your luck changes.

    Flashman and the angel of the lord

  • Ned Townsend nearly choked on a mouthful of cigar smoke as Hayden St. Clair came striding into the smoking room of his Kensington town house.

    One Night Of Scandal

  • He liked the silence, the jeweled dots of boat lights in New York Harbor, liked taking a mouthful of cigar smoke and holding it against his palate, free from the critical glances his secretary and some of the more reckless younger lawyers shot his way when he lit up a Macanudo in the firm.

    Mistress of Justice


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