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Town of Hate

By Grant, Maxwell

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Title: Town of Hate  
Author: Grant, Maxwell
Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collections: Blackmask Online Collection
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Excerpt: THE Bigby tradition was founded on one invariable rule: What you can?t use, sell to someone who can. The system had worked perfectly until Claude Bigby ? present incumbent of the gabled mansion, sound of mind and body, in his forty?first year of wisdom ? had sold the old family sheep pasture. Of course it was more than an ordinary sheep pasture, and therefore it brought more than an ordinary price. This was the very reason Claude Bigby should have suspected what might happen to it. The pasture occupied the same slope as The Gables. It followed the side of the wooded hill that curved around to the left. The dividing line between the mansion grounds and the old pasture was Stony Run, the stream that cascaded down the hill to join the Kawagha River.

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Table of Contents: TOWN OF HATE, 1 -- Maxwell Grant, 1 -- I, 1 -- II, 5 -- III, 8 -- IV, 11 -- V, 15 -- VI, 18 -- VII, 21 -- VIII, 24 -- IX, 27 -- X, 30 -- XI, 33 -- XII, 37 -- XIII, 40 -- XIV, 43 -- XV, 46 -- XVI, 48 -- XVII, 52 -- XVIII, 55 -- XIX, 58 -- XX, 61


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