Excerpt from Ann Sheridan and the Sign of the Sphinx: An Original Story Featuring Ann Sheridan, Famous Motion Picture Star as the Heroine
If it were dark and the lights were on, the neon display would be much more effective. But even now, swaying from the suspended black bar, it did have the look of an old sampler. Since she turned the last corner, Ann Sheridan had kept her eyes on it, eagerly, expectantly. She thought to herself, Tess has come up another notch in the world. And I'm glad - glad!
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