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I smiled his smile. "Thanks, Curly Top." "Not at all— 'Mr. Bonforte.' " Two hours
later we made rendezvous with the Go For Broke. Dak brought Roger Clifton and
Bill Corpsman to my cabin as soon as the Go For Broke had transferred them.
I interrupted with a happy smile. "There's a simpler way out. If you— what is your
name, sir?" "Haslwanter. Hans Haslwanter," he answered reluctantly. "Mr.
Haslwanter, if you will call Mr. Commissioner Boothroyd, I'll speak to him and we
I smiled and started to turn away again. Bill came rushing around the table and
grabbed at my arm. "You can't laugh it off!" The Times man— Mr. Ackroyd, it was
— pulled him away from me. I said, "Thank you, sir." Then to Corpsman I added, ...
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