Willow Chapter 14: Mr. Brown is Home

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“Maggie, come upstairs! I need you to put the ribbons in my hair!” Sarah was in a state, with her father returning after two months in Europe. Mr. Brown’s ship had docked downtown, and Mack had been dispatched to fetch him in the yellow Pierce-Arrow town car. That morning, Maggie saw Mack polishing the car’s hood until it gleamed. She had stepped into the side yard to empty her mop pail, and Mack caught Maggie’s eye.




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