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"'Tell him,' he said, 'that if he points that goddamn camera at me again, he'll be auditioning for the Elephant Man on Broadway. That's how seriously I'll mess up his face.'" Chapter 4, p 45.

"It was just eighty-eight days since he had recaptured his capital of Paris, yet in those few days he had shown the world how an emperor made armies" Chapter 1, p 15.

"I don't care if she's as beautiful as Titania and as charming as Cordelia; she's still another man's wife. Doesn't her husband worry you?" Chapter 2, p 21.

"That's precisely why I think I should talk to the Prince. I'm told this Sharpe is an extremely uncouth man and is more than likely to fillet Johnny." Chapter 4 p 43.

"'Spain, Spain! All I hear about is Spain!' Dornberg slapped the table with the palm of his hand, then glared with protruding eyes at the unfortunate...

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