Rum PunchLarge Print - 1994
Caught in a sting by the Feds determined to put her boss, gun-runner Ordell Robbie, behind bars, flight attendant Jackie Burke must decide whether to cooperate or do time, but the arrival of bail bondsman Max Cherry suggests a third option
Caught in a sting by the Feds determined to put her boss, gun-runner Ordell Robbie, behind bars, flight attendant Jackie Burke must decide whether to cooperate or do time, but the arrival of bail bondsman Max Cherry suggests a third option. (Adventure & Suspense).
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The difference in them, Melanie's were cut off at her butt, she was messier-looking and had those huge xyzzies. Jackie had that fine slim body on her and Melanie, you could tell the way she looked at Jackie, wished she had one like it.
Ordell: Come on, let's go see the show.
Louis said, : You're the show.
Nicolet: That's right, you got a divorce. You remarried --- what about your present husband?"
Jackie: He died last year.
Nicolet: You go throught 'em ....What kind of work did he do?
He drink, Jackie said.
Max on the mother of his client: The woman could be a threat with a butcher knife but cooked like a saint.
“Young skinhead Nazis,” Ordell said. “Look, even little Nazigirls marching down Worth Avenue. You believe it? Coming now you have the Klan, not too many here today. Some in green, must be the coneheads’ new spring shade. Behind them it looks like some Bikers for Racism, better known as the Dixie Knights. We gonna move on ahead, fight through the crowd here,” Ordell said, bringing Louis along.
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