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  • I was going to tell you about Molly.

  • Howie drove down and picked up his beloved, along with Molly O'Malley, her nine year old daughter.

  • Molly O'Malley was a pretty child, easily recognized as Julie's daughter with her long blond hair and beautiful eyes.

  • "I'm pleased to meet you," said Miss Molly as she shook each of our hands in turn.

  • Martha had brought along baby Claire and Molly was enthralled.

  • Martha asked if she'd like to hold the baby, thrilling Molly further.

  • Molly continued to hold Clair, even feeding her a bottle as Martha explained the mechanics of capturing mother's milk while the rest of us pretended not to listen.

  • "Molly will make a fine mother herself one day," I commented.

  • Molly's a work in progress but she's smart as an Einstein.

  • Molly appeared less shy around Howie than us, acting more casual toward him as if he was a member of her family.

  • The gorilla in the room was finally introduced by Molly.

  • Molly's smile lit up the yard.

  • Betsy replied, then added, "Molly's babysitting comment left no doubt she and Julie are moving to town."

  • Other than catching sight of Howie, together with Julie and Molly entering church on Sunday morning, we saw nothing more of our associate's Boston visitors.

  • She can't because Molly would miss school.

  • "Molly is asleep so we have to be quiet," she said as she led me into the living room."

  • With Molly, it's not easy to get a babysitter.

  • He loved Molly and she thinks the world of him.

  • Yes. It's enough for me, and Molly.

  • God, when he goes it will kill Molly.

  • Molly will find out, someone, this monster that's killing all these people; he'll find someone and force them tell.

  • "Molly will be awake," I cautioned.

  • She has Molly with her.

  • I was stewing over my third cup of coffee when my wife returned, with Julie and Molly in tow.

  • Molly, why don't you go in my office and fiddle with my computer?

  • Molly can stay with Betsy and me.

  • You'll help Julie to register Molly at the Keene school while I make the plane reservation.

  • The three left for the school office; Betsy, with a slight smile on her face, Molly looking excited and Julie wondering if she was dead man walking.

  • Once alone, I telephoned Martha and explained that Howie had summoned Julie to California and Betsy and I would house Molly in her mother's absence.

  • Betsy returned, holding Molly's hand, sans Julie who was back at Howie's house packing her suitcase.

  • Molly held Bumpus' leash as we strolled down the wide sidewalk.

  • While Molly was her usual quiet self, and perhaps a little nervous, it was obvious she was excited.

  • A few hours ago, my wife was calling Molly's mother Julie a bitch, now, with a quickly appointed kinship, she was her assigned sister!

  • Molly started to bite her lip and I thought tears would follow but Betsy grabbed her hand.

  • Molly smiled and the pair and dog left.

  • It suddenly came to mind I hadn't told them Julie was on her way west and Molly was at our house.

  • I jumped in and explained that Molly was at our house and Julie was on route to the Boston airport.

  • "Betsy is babysitting Molly who's registered at school here in Keene," I said; conveying more information I'd neglected to relate.

  • I could tell by her terse response Molly was nearby.

  • Molly was seated in our living room, reading a book when I arrived.

  • "I'm going to show Molly our library this afternoon," my wife said.

  • Molly joined him at the door.

  • It was fun having Molly around.

  • Molly helped Betsy prepare dinner.

  • My wife was as thrilled to entertain our guest as Molly was to be there.

  • No picture books for Molly O'Malley.

  • Betsy spoke to Martha on the phone after dinner while Molly and I walked Bumpus.

  • When I returned Molly was off to bed.

  • "I'm going to wake Molly and come over," she said abruptly and hung up.

  • She added, Carry Molly up to the nursery; there's a cot in there.

  • Betsy, Martha and Molly came by with Claire just before lunch.

  • Molly remained enthralled with the baby and paid no attention to what the rest of us were doing.

  • "It can't hurt to try," she said as Molly stepped into my office.

  • I set about showing Molly some of our Econ Scrutiny simple chores and she was immediately interested.

  • Molly was need deep in her make-work chore and Martha was feeding Claire.

  • Molly asked from where she was standing in the doorway, holding a raft of papers.

  • Molly shrugged her shoulders, as if she were being scolded.

  • She took Molly's hand and led her to a corner chair.

  • Molly said as tears flowed.

  • Molly shook her head no.

  • Molly shook her head no once more.

  • She reached for the papers Molly held.

  • Molly seemed mollified, excuse the alliteration.

  • Now that Molly had confessed more knowledge than any of us suspected, I felt obligated to tell Martha the full story before she learned it from overheard conversation or from Molly directly.

  • So now there are seven of us, counting Molly.

  • I told you because you're here and with Molly knowing, you'd find out anyway.

  • I picked up the phone for my next chore as Betsy, with Molly in hand, peeked in my office.

  • Molly didn't bring near enough clothes.

  • She sounded subdued and whispered as she asked how Molly was doing.

  • I told her fine and considered informing her Molly knew about the contest entry.

  • The warmth was nearly enough for me to nod off when I heard a honk and Molly waved from Betsy's side window as she slowly circled.

  • Bumpus woofed for attention so Molly paraded him, allowing me to catch Betsy up with what was happening.

  • A full hour hadn't passed so I hoped it wasn't Daniel Brennan with Molly due back any moment.

  • I looked up to see Molly and Bumpus approaching.

  • I passed the phone to Molly who'd just arrived.

  • Molly and Betsy elected to go home leaving me to mind the store and deal with Daniel Brennan's phone call without interruption.

  • Molly is fun to be around, chatty and inquisitive and far less reserved than at our first meeting.

  • I would have been as nervous as a mouse on a cheese hunt at her age but Molly is raring to go.

  • He paused before saying he thought Howie suspected it might have been Molly's father or some old boyfriend.

  • No one ever mentioned Molly's other parent.

  • Molly joined us, dressed in a new outfit Betsy purchased for her the prior day.

  • Molly shook her head no, her cheeks puffy with her breakfast.

  • She even visited Martha and Claire with Molly each afternoon.

  • With Molly's help, it would be fun.

  • She smiled at Molly who had just finished relating the highlights of her first day at her new school.

  • We were hesitant to speak candidly in front of Molly.

  • I could hear Molly returning so Betsy offered no rebuttal.

  • While Molly looked troubled when she returned, Bumpus was just the opposite, hopping around like he'd just retrieved a ball and would win a reward.

  • Betsy gave Molly a hug.

  • We turned the phone over to Molly who wanted to offer her condolences to Howie.

  • I heard another sound as Molly came across the room and stood behind my wife.

  • Molly moved close to her and put her arm about her waist.

  • I have to get Molly home.

  • Molly was at school so we had some time to ourselves.

  • She was far better than I at handling this type of emotion but just then, Molly skipped in the door.

  • Molly was all smiles, but disappointed in not being transferred to her mother when she realized I was speaking to California.

  • Molly was already bedded down for the night.

  • Julie called to talk to her daughter but after she spoke to Molly we talked.

  • No, you stay here with Molly.

  • The next morning Molly beat us awake by enough time for her to make oatmeal and toast and hand deliver it to our bed.

  • In response to Molly's questions about covered bridges, we drove through two more in the area for her pleasure.

  • On the way back, we took time to show Molly the West Swanzy covered bridge.

  • Molly thought this was a splendid story.

  • The look of shock on Betsy's face was immediately picked up by Molly and frightened the young girl.

  • "He's no friend of ours, Molly," I said, trying to pick up movement as I slowly drove by the site.

  • Betsy opened her purse and complied before reaching back and taking Molly's hand.

  • We drove home with Betsy trying in vain to calm Molly down, telling her we weren't in any danger.

  • I'd planned to wait until Betsy and Molly returned from walking Bumpus but I decided if I had to drive back into downtown Keene, I might as well swing by Wheelock Park Campground as it was on the way, at least sort-of.

  • Suddenly I remember Betsy and Molly were out walking Bumpus when I left the house!

  • "Bumpus and I got to ride in the back cage of the police car," Molly said as they met me in the driveway.

  • Molly wanted to fix supper on her own which both Betsy and I were thankful to let happen.

  • There were a half dozen messages from both Julie and Howie from California but in view of our frenzied day, decided to let them simmer until after a much relished glass or two of wine and Molly's carefully grilled hot dogs and cheese bread.

  • Betsy agreed but suggested we wait until Molly finished her bath so she could speak with her mother first.

  • "I hope Howie has come to his senses and booked his flight back," Betsy said, then added, "But I'll miss Molly like she was my own."

  • Molly looked close to tears when she returned and handed me the instrument.

  • I said into the phone, while looking at Molly.

  • I can't get Howie to leave and I miss Molly.

  • Molly misses you and you should be with daughter.

  • Julie should be with Molly; I know, but I don't know what to do.

  • Then she added, "Julie practically begged me to bring Molly out there and help the both of them to get back home, whatever it takes to do so."

  • I don't want to, but I feel badly, for both Julie and especially Molly.

  • We both looked up to see Molly standing there.

  • Still holding her hand, she walked Molly the rest of the way down the stairs.

  • I'm sure both of us would have rather had our discussion in Molly's absence.

  • Molly looked on expectantly while I remained silent.

  • You could drop Molly and me off at Logan airport for the ten o'clock flight to California, be in Philadelphia by early evening, and fly out to join us the next morning.

  • Molly asked, practically holding her breath.

  • Traffic was light and Molly kept us entertained with her chatter.

  • It was still early in California and I assumed she was at dinner though I'd been more comfortable knowing she and Molly had reached their destination without hitch.

  • When I spotted her, Molly and Julie were by her side with Molly holding hands with each.

  • Molly was thrilled with the pool, another first for her.

  • Molly was impressed, Howie was confused and Julie petrified she'd use the wrong utensils.

  • Julie and Molly had catching up to do so they adjoined to their room, with plans for the pool later.

  • Molly wants to use the pool and frankly, I feel safer here, at least for a couple of days.

  • I'll take Julie and Molly shopping.

  • Think of Julie and Molly.

  • A stocky man with a baseball cap visor obscuring most of his face carried Molly in his arms.

  • Grasso now carried Molly with one arm, on his hip.

  • He opened the back door of the van and motioned Betsy inside as Molly lay inert on the ground.

  • Grasso lifted Molly by her waist band with one hand and literally tossed her into the van before slamming it shut.

  • And poor, sweet Molly, dropped to the ground, like so much garbage.

  • If he does to Molly what he's done to the others, it will kill Julie.

  • I'm responsible for Martha and Quinn and now maybe Betsy and Molly as well.

  • It killed me, knowing we might remain here, doing nothing, and not knowing what was happening to Betsy and Molly.

  • It must have been Molly; knowing her very life, was in my hands.

  • He thought Molly is was my daughter.

  • If so, he'd know Julie was Molly's mother.

  • Molly was his prime target but for some reason, he'd kept me alive.

  • Thankfully, Molly slept until we arrived, at a small cabin in a thickly wooded area.

  • I grasped a large hammer in my hand while Molly cowered in a corner at my direction.

  • "Do it," Molly said, scrunched up in the far corner.

  • Prompted by his concern for Betsy and Molly, he was willing to attempt using the apparatus.

  • I know how you don't want to do this but put your feelings aside, for Betsy's and Molly's sake.

  • Right now, nothing matters but finding Betsy and Molly.

  • You Have Molly and Betsy!

  • Let her go; both her and Molly.

  • The hunt for my wife and Molly commenced at the scene of the blue van.

  • Did he know Molly and Betsy were safe, or already dead?

  • With each passing hour, the hope that my wife and young Molly were alive diminished but to give credit where due, the searchers never let up in their fervor.

  • I knew I had only bought time for Molly and I and our captor would soon learn of the nonsense I'd fed him and be done with me.

  • Not with standing this, I resolved not to do all in my power to keep Molly from suffering his abuse.

  • I discussed my proposal with Molly who with wisdom beyond her years, agreed.

  • Never the less, I forewarned Molly and she accepted the situation bravely.

  • It was Molly, not me, who devised a possible solution.

  • The boards constituting the top of the bench seem long enough for side of what Molly proposed but sawing the remaining boards for rungs would prove arduous.

  • Molly won and joyously shouted as she touched wood!

  • Molly woke me with a rib crushing hug as she pointed to a single star-like dot of light gloriously hanging above us!

  • Howie, out of character, had penned his intentions and with legal assistance referred by Merrill Cooms, she and Molly are financially set for life.

  • I don't know if the sun will shine on a long term relationship but Betsy is pleased to baby sit Molly while the romance dance is orchestrated.

  • I find it interesting to observe Molly.

  • Molly surely loves her mother but the relationship between mother and daughter is reversed.

  • Julie has greater needs which Molly nurtures while Molly's needs are supported by my wife.

  • Except for the one who'd gasped, Molly, the half-Asian, half-Italian with beautiful coffee eyes and olive skin.

  • Katie wondered if she'd shocked her that badly or if there was some other reason Molly was so surprised.

  • Molly appeared skeptical while the others exchanged knowing looks with each other.

  • "It's a name," Molly said.

  • Amusement was deep in Molly's gaze, though she made no effort to come to her rescue.

  • She looked up at Molly's voice.

  • Molly rolled one legging up to display a tattoo similar to the tattoo around Katie's neck.

  • It read Fendril, apparently the name of Molly's mate.

  • Molly dug through her purse to retrieved a familiar brownish cube, like the ones Katie'd eaten to stay alive in Hell.

  • "Your Ancient drew too much too fast," Molly said.

  • Molly offered her a food and water cube, both of which lessened the pain throbbing through her.

  • "I didn't have much of a choice, either," Molly admitted.

  • Molly rose and left.

  • MOLLY MAGUIRES, an Irish American secret society which maintained numerous branches in the anthracite coal regions of Pennsylvania, U.S.A., from 1854 to 1877, and perhaps later.

  • The Irish society of Molly Maguires seems to have been organized in 1843 in the barony of Farney, Co.

  • The Molly Maguires of Pennsylvania consisted of similar classes of Irishmen, but there seems to have been no connexion between the two societies.

  • which created the inner order of "Molly Maguires," with the object, it appears, of intimidating the Welsh, English, and German miners, and of ridding the region of mine superintendents, bosses and police who should make themselves in any way objectionable to members of the order.

  • Gowen (1836-1889), president of the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company, sent James McParlan, an Irish Catholic and a Pinkerton detective (who some thirty years later attracted attention in the investigation of the assassination of Governor Steunenberg of Idaho), to the mining region in 1873; he joined the order, lived among the "Molly Maguires" for more than two years, and even became secretary of the Shenandoah division, one of the most notoriously criminal lodges of the order.

  • P. Dewees, The Molly Maguires;(Philadelphia, 18 77); Allan Pinkerton, The Molly Maguires and the Detectives (New York, 1877); E.

  • Lucy, The Molly Maguires of Pennsylvania; (London, n.d.); The Commonwealth versus John Kehoe et al.

  • Between 1869 and 1875 the Molly Maguires were active here.

  • After her death he had various mistresses, including a niece of the Indian chief Hendrick, and Molly Brant, a sister of the famous, chief Joseph Brant.

  • By British seamen it is commonly called the " molly mawk "1 (corrupted fromMallemuck),and is extremely well known to them, its flight, as it skims over the waves, first with a few beats of the wings and then gliding for a long way, being very peculiar.

  • An organized association, known as the Molly Maguires, terrorized the mining regions for many years, but was finally suppressed through the courageous efforts of President Franklin, Benjamin Gowen (1863-1889) of the Philadelphia & Reading railroad with the assistance of Allan Pinkerton and his detectives.

  • Since the Union we have had the Threshers, the Terry Alts, the Molly Maguires, the Rockites, and many others.

  • I was going to tell you about Molly.

  • Howie drove down and picked up his beloved, along with Molly O'Malley, her nine year old daughter.

  • Molly O'Malley was a pretty child, easily recognized as Julie's daughter with her long blond hair and beautiful eyes.

  • "I'm pleased to meet you," said Miss Molly as she shook each of our hands in turn.

  • Molly held out her hand and passed muster allowing this new person to scotch down and pat him.

  • Martha had brought along baby Claire and Molly was enthralled.

  • Martha asked if she'd like to hold the baby, thrilling Molly further.

  • "Molly hasn't been around pets or babies," she said, as if apologizing for her daughter's enrapture over the infant.

  • She answered questions but was reticent most of the time, keeping an eye on Molly as if she was afraid the child would do something untoward.

  • Molly continued to hold Clair, even feeding her a bottle as Martha explained the mechanics of capturing mother's milk while the rest of us pretended not to listen.

  • "Molly will make a fine mother herself one day," I commented.

  • Molly's a work in progress but she's smart as an Einstein.

  • Molly appeared less shy around Howie than us, acting more casual toward him as if he was a member of her family.

  • The gorilla in the room was finally introduced by Molly.

  • Molly's smile lit up the yard.

  • Betsy replied, then added, "Molly's babysitting comment left no doubt she and Julie are moving to town."

  • Other than catching sight of Howie, together with Julie and Molly entering church on Sunday morning, we saw nothing more of our associate's Boston visitors.

  • She can't because Molly would miss school.

  • "Molly is asleep so we have to be quiet," she said as she led me into the living room."

  • With Molly, it's not easy to get a babysitter.

  • I could provide for Molly... maybe get an education for both of us; I'm not as smart as Molly but I'm not stupid.

  • He loved Molly and she thinks the world of him.

  • Yes. It's enough for me, and Molly.

  • I've done some real shitty things, just to keep Molly; things I'm not proud of, but I'll do anything for her.

  • God, when he goes it will kill Molly.

  • Molly will find out, someone, this monster that's killing all these people; he'll find someone and force them tell.

  • "Molly will be awake," I cautioned.

  • She has Molly with her.

  • Molly is still in school, Howie.

  • I was stewing over my third cup of coffee when my wife returned, with Julie and Molly in tow.

  • Betsy looked resolved, Julie like a cow being led to slaughter and Molly smiling like a birthday girl.

  • Molly, why don't you go in my office and fiddle with my computer?

  • Molly can stay with Betsy and me.

  • You'll help Julie to register Molly at the Keene school while I make the plane reservation.

  • The three left for the school office; Betsy, with a slight smile on her face, Molly looking excited and Julie wondering if she was dead man walking.

  • Once alone, I telephoned Martha and explained that Howie had summoned Julie to California and Betsy and I would house Molly in her mother's absence.

  • Betsy returned, holding Molly's hand, sans Julie who was back at Howie's house packing her suitcase.

  • Molly held Bumpus' leash as we strolled down the wide sidewalk.

  • While Molly was her usual quiet self, and perhaps a little nervous, it was obvious she was excited.

  • A few hours ago, my wife was calling Molly's mother Julie a bitch, now, with a quickly appointed kinship, she was her assigned sister!

  • Julie then hovered over Molly, instructing her daughter to mind everything we said, pick up after herself, and do everything necessary to be a perfect little house guest.

  • Molly started to bite her lip and I thought tears would follow but Betsy grabbed her hand.

  • Molly smiled and the pair and dog left.

  • It suddenly came to mind I hadn't told them Julie was on her way west and Molly was at our house.

  • I jumped in and explained that Molly was at our house and Julie was on route to the Boston airport.

  • "Betsy is babysitting Molly who's registered at school here in Keene," I said; conveying more information I'd neglected to relate.

  • I could tell by her terse response Molly was nearby.

  • Molly was seated in our living room, reading a book when I arrived.

  • "I'm going to show Molly our library this afternoon," my wife said.

  • Molly joined him at the door.

  • It was fun having Molly around.

  • Molly helped Betsy prepare dinner.

  • My wife was as thrilled to entertain our guest as Molly was to be there.

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