Never-Ending Book Quiz
Story opener from Ed McBain:
It was a normal everyday afternoon at the beginning of October.
Outside the grilled windows of the 87th’s squadroom, Grover Park was aflame with color. Indian summer, like a Choctaw princess, strutted her feathers, wiggled her bright reds and oranges and yellows on the mild October air. The sun was dazzling in a flawlessly blue sky, its rays pushing at the grilled windows, creating shafts of golden light which dust motes tirelessly climbed. The sounds of the street outside slithered over the windowsills and through the open windows, joining with the sounds of the squadroom to create a melody unique and somehow satisfying.
Like a well-constructed symphony...
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