How to Get out of DodgeMaureen Thorson
Sharp to the right, now. Travel with your eyes in front of you. There’s no other way. You’d best believe: whoever scoundrels have marked for death can hardly be called living. So don’t meet their angry glare. Instead, take this sound advice – stay no longer under pay at the Double C. Move sidewinderish through red canyons. Holster your trust. Don’t give opinions. Be prompt to your cue and suspicious. Keep the girl out of it. Toltec’s the place for you. So spur on. Ride herd with the breeze, silken, invisible. Role model for all men who stay out of sight.
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