Never-Ending Book Quiz
Story opener from John D. MacDonald:
It was one of those days when everything goes wrong. I should have guessed that the letter would mean trouble.
Paul Harrigan and I had been working in a swamp for the six weeks following my three-day honeymoon with Laura. It was a juicy Mexican swamp five miles west of Tancoco, about a hundred miles south of Tampico. Transamericas Oil, our employer, had a contract with Permex of Mexico to find, or try to find, new oil reserves. On the basis of aerial photo maps, Sam Spencer had shoved two-man crews into the more promising spots to bounce echoes off the substrata and map in detail any promising-looking domes. It's a simple operation in open country. Harrigan and I were given a swamp. Every inch of the way had to be hacked out, and the equipment had to be lugged in by hand.
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