Forever Mastadon ~ Episode 217
…Stealing a plane is a Federal offense, even if it’s in the name of God…
In his spare time, since and leading up to the star status assigned him by the other 34 living, breathing and exceedingly thankful passengers who were aboard The Blue Ridge Angel when she crashed (no bigger fan than Rev Billy himself), Ace Bannion goes over the repairs made to that fated plane with the ever mercurial, yet reliable Agent Daniels.
“She looks as good as new Bannion, but it pays to land on 3 good wheels.” Know-it-all-smart-ass. “How much did you pay for this beauty, it looks like a C-47?”
“Not a bad guess for a dirt-hugger like you, but it’s actually a BT-67 refurb actually and we actually stole it.”
“Stealing a plane is a Federal offense, even if it’s in the name of God.”
“65 grand of Hurst Publishing money, bought and paid for, I’ll have you know. Too bad I had to scrape up the belly.”
“Hey, at least no one was killed, right?”
“All I know is, I never want to read the numbers on a house from an airplane cockpit again!”
“You won’t be bothered much longer, I promise you,” Daniels knows his nemesis well and knows of what he speaks. “My good friend Pentateuch is in for a rude surprise at that baseball stadium. He will be expecting to have his usual unabated fun, but Graham is preparing a recipe that will set him back for a good, long while.”
“Are you saying that we can kill the Devil?” Ace is hoping for the best.
“No. You found that out in Italy, right? I love that Constance woman, but I could have told her she was wasting her time trying to blow him up.”
“She loves you too, but hindsight does not replace her revengeful satisfaction… or that fantastic Italian getaway I might add,” fond memories. “Do you know how long I’ve been trying to pry that woman away?”
“Away from what, may I ask?”
“From whom, Daniels, haven’t you been paying attention? All I need to tell you is: Worth Moore is the finest lawyer north of the South Pole!”
“Wow that would make him pretty good.”
CONSTANCE CARAWAY P.I.