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After the previous entry, this is a breath of fresh air. Until the day old man Gresham, with his bum ticker, his millions, and his voluptuous young spouse, hired Harry as his doctor. And pretty soon Corrigan himself was a candidate—for murder. He had to find the one who had played Angel false or let an avenging Angel cheat him again. The Cree from Minataree Five men deep in the wilderness.
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