By Damon Knight
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Ewing thought he had seen a face at the bedroom window. He said unwillingly, “Nobody uses this road. It doesn’t go anywhere, except a ranch around the other side. ” A for Anything 31 The round man digested this in silence. He shifted the cigar again. ” He chewed the cigar with an expression of distaste, removed it, spat, and put it back. ” “The ranch? I have no idea,” Ewing said stiffly. Platt was looking mournfully down at the way his car was wedged in between the slope and the house. The round man stared at Ewing.
So get used to the idea. Now come on outside—yaa, you too, everybody. ” He herded them through the door. Out in the yard, blinking in the white glare, Krasnow and Platt looked sorrowfully at each other. The shadow of Krasnow’s gun was a short black line on the baked ground between them. “I can’t use ya, and I can’t trust ya,” said Krasnow. ” Ewing looked on unbelievingly. He saw Platt, staring into Krasnow’s eyes, shudder and stiffen. Then the tall man was whirling, all knees and elbows, diving down the slope to the terrace below— zigzagging as he made for the shelter of the nearest pepper tree— The gun went off with a noise like the end of the world.
Morningside being remembered as a model of succinct eloquence; but he was the best natural born Episcopalian minister Buckhill could get—so many were being duped by the big Eastern families that naturals were growing very scarce. There was an outbreak of yelping and snarling up ahead. Through the gathering crowd, Dick caught sight of the two dogs, one a handsome collie, the other a cur—a grotesque mongrel, part St. Bernard, part Doberman, by the look of him, and part God only knew what. Pressed into the wide circle as it formed, Dick and the slob watched with interest.