Santa Fe Rules Quotes

Stuart Woods
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"Wolf always felt grateful that he had chosen Santa Fe as a second home instead of Aspen or one of the other movie-colony favorites." Chapter 1, pg. 5.

"He had lost a day out of his life. And it wasn't the first time." Chapter 2, pg. 13.

"The fear came back. The dread that he had fought for so many years crept out of its banishment and seized him again. He did not try to fight it." Chapter 6, pg. 35.

"Wolf sat and stared at the two containers on the kitchen table—all that remained of the two people he had loved most. Or had he?" Chapter 20, pg. 114.

"Finally he took an urn—he didn't know if it was Julia's or Jack's—unscrewed the top, and when another gust came, tossed the ashes into the air. He repeated the task with the other urn and watched the remains lift and spread...

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