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"My parents, Walter and Edna Linda Jones, didn't want me to be a doctor, or a lawyer, or even successful; they just wanted me to be refined...I disappointed them badly, however; I went out and became a newspaperman.
Sign over the desk of Ochs Jones."
Preface, Jones' Thomas Berryman (1974), pg. 3



"Needless to say, this matter of a professional killer shooting down an assassin confused the hell out of everybody." Preface, Jones' Tomas Berryman (1974), pg. 7

"Sitting in the cramped library, he was thorough as an archbishop's secretary, wore no cowboy boots, wore high-priced cologne, read Larry McMurtry books to relax. Thomas Berryman's idée fixe was to study, study, study, and then study some more." Part 1, The First Trip North, pg. 27

"This was journalism by committee. It's always a disaster. No exceptions."
Part 1, The First Trip North, pg. 71


"'This was the day the walls came tumbling down on my...

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