Henry isn't afraid to step back from the law from time to time. Or, as Sister Aloysius, Meryl Streep's character in Doubt says, "Sometimes you have to step away from the Lord, but in the Lord's service," or words to that effect. Henry would agree with. Witness this bit of interplay from pp. 27-8:
The taxi drove away, and Henry handed me a pair of gloves, 'Here, put these on.'What about this? Want to read more? Click on the book or order it right from here. What do you think? I'd like to know. Post a comment.
'Gloves?' I said, shivering from the cold.
'Your powers of observation are particularly acute this morning,' Henry said.
'Isn't this just a little obvious?' My hands were shaking so much I could hardly get the gloves on.
'Obvious?' said Henry.
'I mean, what's it going to look like? We're going to rob the place?'
Henry shrugged: 'In a sense we are."
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