By William F. Buckley Jr.
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So you don’t want any of this business. We can get the details from O’Hara. ” He walked out of the long, hot tent where the casualties were stretched out, twenty-four of them, on army cots. He wondered to himself whether that was the smell of blood pure and simple. Or was it a combination, blood and all the medications one takes when blood works its way out of where it is supposed to stay. Whatever, it was unpleasant. He resolved, mockingly, not to be wounded. The corporal was glad to breathe air less fetid, though in the hot sun of the Arno Valley it was hotter than in the tent with its two big fans.
3. Men—United States—Fiction. I. Title. 54—dc20 94–24162 eISBN: 978-0-307-80320-7 Copyright © 1995 by William F. Buckley, Jr. 1 For (the Reverend) Michael Bozell el primer sobrino Contents Cover Other Books by This Author Title Page Copyright Dedication Book One Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Chapter Four Chapter Five Chapter Six Chapter Seven Chapter Eight Chapter Nine Chapter Ten Chapter Eleven Chapter Twelve Book Two Chapter Thirteen Chapter Fourteen Chapter Fifteen Chapter Sixteen Chapter Seventeen Chapter Eighteen Chapter Nineteen Chapter Twenty Chapter Twenty-one Chapter Twenty-two Book Three Chapter Twenty-three Chapter Twenty-four Chapter Twenty-five Chapter Twenty-six Chapter Twenty-seven Chapter Twenty-eight Chapter Twenty-nine Chapter Thirty Chapter Thirty-one Chapter Thirty-two Chapter Thirty-three Chapter Thirty-four Chapter Thirty-five Chapter Thirty-six Acknowledgments About the Author Book One One PFC.
He drew now from a basic navigator’s intelligence and began by asking himself the primary question: Where were they? Approximately, even. Where—next question—would they find land? “I think, Mom, that with this fog we don’t want to …” He stopped and thought. “Dad was doing a course over to the east end of Martha’s Vineyard. If we keep this up for two or three hours, then come about again, we should be heading up toward Katama Bay. South of Edgartown. ” He looked at his mother’s distraught face. “Don’t worry, Mom,” he managed.
Brothers No More by William F. Buckley Jr.