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       If you are a CONTRACTOR willing to help RESCUE these victims... 9/29/17 So some of these people are hurting badly. I already found one local contractor who was so shocked by reading about case #3, that he said to me: "I have young daughters myself. This is NOT right. It's getting late in the summer, but I would love to see those girls enjoy their promised pool for what's left of the warm weather. I will be more than willing to heavily discount our services to get the pool going. We normally do Air Conditioning work, so the rest of that mess is not our main line of work. However, let's go there, see what all is going on, and discuss with the homeowner..." So we have a meeting set up with the hopeful homeowners for next...
Ch.30 THE MASTER PLAN A huge log fire blazed up the chimney. Shadows played around the room, eerily giving life to the ancient oil paintings. Portraits. Nearly all of them. Four thoughtful men relaxed around the fire. Some of them wore their high ranking uniforms unbuttoned casually, especially around the waistline. A fifth man, rather younger, stood awkwardly behind the...
Ch.29 A MISSIVE 12000 feet... Cold. Bright. Seven machines in loose formation. He missed her. A thousand times, he tried to forget her, and stamp out the memory firmly. A thousand times the echo of her footsteps reverberated through his mind. It was no use, he had to admit ruefully. He missed her. Had she really spurned him? Or had he...
Ch.28 A MISUNDERSTANDING He looked at her, longingly, yet frightened. It was a strange sensation. He was both attracted, and repelled. This was confusing him. It was their third meeting at her house. Their third supper together. They seemed to have known one another for years now. Aunt Agnes had tactfully retired an hour earlier, and the young pair were on...
Ch.27 THE MEETING He was glad to be back on a good horse, and out in the fresh air. Baxter had been right, and the patron of the stables near the airfield had been delighted to acquiesce to Jeremy's request for a horse. He had watched approvingly as Jeremy picked out one of the best animals with the cool eye of an old pro. This English pilot knew his...
Ch.26 THE MIRROR CRACKS Heidi's world went on collapsing around her. She missed her little brother more and more as time went by, with that deep seated maternal loving that knows no consolation. That perhaps feigns recovery to cope with the world. But never, ever forgets. She missed all the little things she used to do for Hans. Wash his clothes, help him with his homework,...
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