Never-Ending Book Quiz
Story opener from John D. MacDonald:
The big house--the home of Troy and Mary Jamison--was of stone and slate and glass and redwood--with contrived tiltings and flarings of its egret-white roof. It stood on the bay side of the north end of Riley Key, overlooking the Florida Gulf, partially screened from occasional slow traffic on the lumpy, sand-and-shell road that ran the seven-mile length of the key by a grove of ancient live oaks, so gnarled and twisted, so picturesquely hung with fright-wigs of Spanish moss that Mike Rodenska, walking across to the Gulf beach in the sunlight of an April Sunday morning, had the pleasant fancy that the oaks had been designed by the same architect who had contributed the light and spaciousness and a certain indefinable self-consciousness to the Jamison home. The architect had drawn the trees and subcontracted them to an artistic oak-gnarler.
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