The Case of the Waylaid Wolf Author:Erle Stanley Gardner "Come on, baby," he said, "don't be a prude." He kept on advancing, his face no longer a mask of affability but filled with savage, primitive, ruthless passion. — Seething with indignation, Arlene attacked him. But with brutal strength he pushed her back until she collaped on the davenport. — She doubled her knees, got them against his chest and g... more »ave a sudden push. As he staggered to his feet, she picked up a chair and threw it. It caught him low in the abdomen and he doubled over in pain.
Arlene grabbed her raincoat and made for the door, running down the gravel driveway, past the swimming pool, out to the dirt road.
When she could run no more, she looked back. The beam of headlights was swinging around the driveway. Then the car stsrted slowly down the road after her.« less