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Paperback - First EditionTOOLS OF THE TRADE
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DO NOT USE1) Enter the page number2) Give a short description of the correction that needs to be made. You can bold the change.
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5One he could not easily set aside.
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5Guthrie had sold his "every day" car
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7this particular rainbow," he asked.
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10looked down like the eye of God
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10daily catch was almost a forgotten
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11the water was his concession
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11Remove: with a gratifying squeal to the end of the sentence
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13Not like the old Victorian
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13Remove second would in last line
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15tall, athletic. His uniform was
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16He's sharp as a tack and knows this town
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19out of a pocket and snapped it onto a wide angle lens.
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19He gave Guthrie a parting
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20above the low tide mark; not to keep
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25To the west he could see the city of Dundee
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25having succumbed to the overpoweing darkness was now
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28It came to life almost immediately.
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28Guthrie smiled in a self-satisfying way
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28He had decided not to take
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29he made his second big decision
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77but this time he stood beside it, looking
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81as well as Smokies
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88Guthrie gulped a mouthful of the coffee, swilling down the last of the pastry.
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130uncommon car was following
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132There was also a missed call
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209Call Advanced Fabrics and go see whoever
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246"Am I amusing you, Mr Ogilvy?"
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246Guthrie thought it went on too long.
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247I ask relevant questions?
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323said Sal as she handed Guthrie
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343Delete: Back in Broughty Ferry,
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343plastic bags; one containing
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343Remove the comma from" From his bedroom he could"
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Acknowledgments
snippets of insights from the good old days
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About the Authorpart of the Angus Murders Mystery series
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