Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Life at the American bar

He was a Switzer, though American-born, named Kagi… He’d been a teacher, and had fought in Kansas, where he’d distinguished himself by shooting a judge — who in turn put three slugs into Kagi, which gives you some notion of what life at the American bar was like in those days.

Flashman and the Angel of the Lord, p.229, Harper Collins, 1995.

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