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  • THE MURDER IN SALTASHE WOODS

      Author : Baroness Orczy

        WE all called him "Skin o' my Tooth": his friends, who were few; his clients, who were many, and I, his confidential clerk, solus--and very proud I am to hold that position. I believe, as a matter of fact, that his enemies--and their name is legion call him Patrick Mulligan; but to us all who know him as he is, "Skin o' my Tooth" he always was, from the day that he got a verdict of "Not guilty" out of the jury who tried James Tovey, "the Dartmouth murderer." Tovey hadn't many teeth, but it was by the skin of those few molars of his that he escaped the gallows; not thanks to the pleading of his counsel, but all thanks to the evidence collected by Patrick Mulligan, his lawyer.



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