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A Hole In Texas

by Herman Wouk

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A Hole In Texas by Herman Wouk
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    Mar 2004, 288 pages
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    Jun 2005, 288 pages

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"A new more powerful bomb, you mean?" said Guy Carpenter. "Contact with aliens, maybe?"

"Something," said Braunstein, swinging the car into the JPL parking lot.

From Chapter 1 of A Hole in Texas by Herman Wouk (page 5-9 of the hardcover edition). Copyright © 2004 by Herman Wouk. All rights reserved.

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