Don Pendleton's Thermal Thursday (Executioner, Book 36) PDF

Don Pendleton's Thermal Thursday (Executioner, Book 36) PDF

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When Werner is at the yard I am afraid. FATHER: And so that's why you want to leave us? They are not serious reasons. (LENI JOHANNA: No. FATHER: Are there others? JOHANNA: Yes. FATHER: Let's have them. WERNER (shouting): Johanna, I forbid you. . JOHANNA: Well, speak for yourself! WERNER: What's the good? You know very well I shall obey him. JOHANNA: Why? 17 ACT I He's my father. Oh, let's have done with it. ) JOHANNA (placing herself in front of him): No, Werner, no! FATHER: He is right, daughter-in-law.

One way or another, you will see that it is a booby trap. . (JOHANNA hesitates, then slowly climbs the stairs and knocks at the door. Once, twice. A kind of nervous fury takes possession of her. A rain of blows against the door. ) LENI (quietly): You have the key. (Pause, JOHANNA hesitates. She is afraid, WERNER is anxious and agitated. ) Well? JOHANNA: There is an inside bolt. It must be fastened. ) FATHER: NO. JOHANNA: The Condemned of Altona 20 Who fastened it? Did I? JOHANNA: Perhaps there is another door.

JOHANNA: Did he remember it? FATHER (smiling): I think so. But his life wasn't very long. FATHER JOHANNA: And Franz? Released at once. On condition that he enlisted. The following winter, he was a lieutenant on the Russian front. ) What's the matter? JOHANNA: I don't like this story. FATHER: I am not saying that it's pleasant. ) That was in forty-one. JOHANNA (dryly): Well? FATHER: It was necessary to survive. JOHANNA: The Pole didn't survive. FATHER (indifferent): No. That's not my fault. FATHER: JOHANNA: I wonder.

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