Sanibel Flats Quotes

Randy Wayne White
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"'I should take the word of a man who defiles nuns?' The man was already taking off his pants, resigned." pg3

"'I like women da-da-da-doctors," said Nicholes to no one in particular, all three men staring out the window. "They always look like they grew up taking vitamins and ba-ba-brushing their teeth.'" p. 37

"Looking at Tomlinson was like stepping into the past and seeing a child of the Sixties with that look in the eyes, still hearing music, an old hand at psychedelic visions, a man about Ford's age who had weathered badly but had visited God often enough not to care." p. 43

"Nicholes was back in this skiff, moving things that didn't need to be moved, burning nervous energy. 'We lucked out. That bastard woulda had us in court all year, and I ca-can't afford no lawyer. It's a good thing you know that waitress.'...

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