[It Was Then Jessica Realized He Wasn't Using His Left Hand At All, And That He Held The Arm Oddly, As Though Something Were Wrong With It. There Shouldn't Be Except For A Minor Bullet Wound. She'd Aimed Carefully, And She Was An Excellent Markswoman. Not To Mention He Was A Very Large Target.He Looked Her Way Then, And Caught Her Staring. "Admiring Your Handiwork, Are You? I Daresay You'd Like A Better Look. Regrettably, There's Nothing To See. There's Nothing Wrong With It, According To The Quacks. Except That It Doesn't Work. Still, I Count Myself Fortunate, Miss Trent, That You Didn't Aim A Ways Lower. I'm Merely Disarmed, Not Dismanned. But I Have No Doubt That Herriard Here Will See To The Emasculation.]

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