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  • From the person's posture, Inman's first thought was that he had interrupted some old coot in mid-shit.

    Cold Mountain

  • A bearded old coot with a sawed-off hand turned and raised a hot skillet at the Scarecrow, but the Scarecrow deflected it with his gloved fist, and the man tumbled into the filthy water.

    Son of a Witch

  • Y’all thought I was some old coot from out West, no match for Grumley killers and armed robbers and crooked-as-hell detectives.

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  • What they saw was an old coot with a bristle of white-gray hair and a bad limp.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set


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