By Tony Russell|
“You have a funny look on your face, Ace. What’s up?” asked Patty.
“I don’t know,” I told her. “I guess I’m still thinking about my stop at the library at lunchtime.”
She gave an exaggerated look of surprise. “The library? What were you doing in the library?”
“Come on, Patty,” I said, “quit pulling my leg. You know darned well I read sometimes if there’s not a good game on. But I went today because Kevin had a book due, and he asked me to drop it off while I was downtown.”
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