Never-Ending Book Quiz
Story opener from John D. MacDonald:
We talked past midnight, sat in the deck chairs on the sun deck of the Busted Flush with the starry April sky overhead, talked quietly, and listened to the night. Creak and sigh of hulls, slap of small waves against pilings, muted motor noises of the fans and generators and pumps aboard the work boats and the play toys.
"I don't really know how the law works," Ron Esterland said. "But I would think that if you arranged someone's death, even if he were dying already, you shouldn't inherit."
Choose the correct answer:The Scarlet Ruse Darker Than Amber Free Fall in Crimson Pale Gray for Guilt
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