This must seem like financial madness now, but we didn't look at it that way at the time. It was something we felt we had to do for the greater good. His Master's Voice - Page 100by Jim Keays - 1999 - 222 pagesLimited preview
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Jane Feather - Fiction - 2009 - 448 pages
...worried, gypsy. I suffered in good company." "But you still suffered?" "I suppose so." He shrugged again. "But we didn't look at it that way at the time. It was, after all, a highly privileged existence." "But didn't they beat you?" "All the time," he said with...