Rough Rorke

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  • Rough Rorke was gone-taking the stairs three and four at a time. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • Rough Rorke opened the door, and pulled her out to the street. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • You - you saved me from Rough Rorke, but he followed me. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • Rough Rorke, his feet scuffling to feel the way, came forward. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • Were any of Rough Rorke's men watching the house? Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • It was her wits now, her wits against Rough Rorke's; nothing else could save her. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • Rough Rorke, with his free hand, grabbed the young man by the shoulder angrily. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • "We'll see about that!" said Rough Rorke shortly. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • With a short, triumphant oath, Rough Rorke had stopped suddenly and reached in under the chair. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • It was the fashionably-attired, immaculate young man, who had saved her from Rough Rorke last night. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • Rough Rorke might know she had entered the house, but he could not know whereabouts in the house she was, and he would naturally search each room as he came to it on the way up. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • And then, in the darkness, the candle still unlighted, Rough Rorke was on her like a madman. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • Rough Rorke's voice held an ugly menace. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • There was Rough Rorke, of headquarters; he had given no sign, but that did not mean he had lost interest in Gypsy Nan. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • And here her danger was the greater because she did not know who any of them were, unless the man who had stepped in between Rough Rorke and herself last night was one of them - which was a question that had harassed her all day. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • Then they pinch her, but she makes her get-away, and comes here, and, if the dope I've got is right, you hand Rough Rorke one, and help her to beat it again. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • She got away; but somehow Rough Rorke later discovered her here in this room, I understand that he was not happy over the result; that, thanks to you, she escaped again, and has not been heard of since. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • The young man was sitting in the middle of the sidewalk, shaking his fist; Rough Rorke, perhaps a bare fifty yards away, was chasing her at top speed. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • Failing to find any one here but herself, certain now that the White Moll was here, only a fool could have failed in his deduction - and Rough Rorke was not a fool. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • A roar of rage, a burst of unbridled profanity went up from Rough Rorke behind her; it was mingled with equally angry vituperation in the young man's voice. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
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