A basic Hindi reader by Richard Harris, Rama Nath Sharma

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Good work, Flick,’ I could hear him say. And, perhaps best of all, I thought, Eddie Lang was going to prison for a very long time! Yes, life was good. I was in my red Chevy and life was good.

It made no noise as it fell into the snow far below. ‘You …’ he started, ‘you …’ But it was too late. I hit him on the back of his head, pushed him and he fell. Down, down, down. I looked down and watched him. His skis were heavy and he fell fast. He fell into the trees far down below. I pulled down the bar. The ski lift went on moving. Up, up. It was quiet again. The only thing I could hear was the sound of my heart. 42 Chapter 9 A lot to lose ‘Whisky, please,’ I said to Bill Gershon. I sat down.

It’s Eddie Lang. ’ ‘Tell me about Governor Clark Johnson,’ I said to Eddie Lang. ’ Eddie Lang looked up and saw all the police around him. ‘Yes,’ he said. * * * The next day, I was in Gershon’s office. ‘We’ve found Klein,’ he said. ’ Bill Gershon smiled at me. ‘Thanks, Flick,’ he said. ‘Thanks for everything. I’m sorry …’ ‘Forget it,’ I said, smiling. I said goodbye to Gershon and the others – to Jeff and Teresa, and to Janine Anderson’s parents. ‘Thank you,’ said Gene Anderson. ’ Then I got in my red Chevy and drove out of Pine Crest and onto the highway.

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