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Masson promptly told us to make ourselves at home. He had gone out fishing, he
said, first thing in the morning, and there would be fried fish for lunch. I
congratulated him on his little bungalow, and he said he always spent his week
ends and ...
I said, "Right," and Masson put his hands in his pockets. The sand was as hot as
fire, and I could have sworn it was glowing red. The distance between us and the
Arabs was steadily decreasing. When we were only a few steps away the Arabs ...
We stood stock-still, with the sunlight beating down on us. Blood was dripping
from Raymond's wounded arm, which he was squeezing hard above the elbow.
Masson remarked that there was a doctor who always spent his Sundays here,
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