By Helen Wells
Cherry accompanies a good-looking younger surgeon to an African village, the place she uncovers a bold smuggling operation.
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Well,” Jack said, “Mzabites are a desert tribe that live in the middle of the Sahara. But instead of being nomadic herdsmen, like most Arabs, they are a merchant people. Their young men go out to all the cities of Africa, and even southern Europe, and set themselves up as merchants and traders. A young Mzabite may be gone from his home for as long as twenty-five or thirty years. And by the time he returns—they always go back to their homeland in their old age—he has made his fortune. ” Long Jack shrugged.
We’re making wooden shutters that we can put up over the screens when it rains,” Jeff explained. “It looks great,” Bob said. ” “Well, it was lucky timing,” Jeff said. “Chuck and I had just finished supervising a barracks job at Eastleigh Field in Nairobi and were ready to hightail it home to the States. Then Mr. Gikingu—your Abercrombie Foundation official in Nairobi—got in touch with us and offered us this contract. ” Bob nodded. “I tried to reach Tom Gikingu by telephone yesterday, but he’s out of town.
Something made the customs people up in London suspicious—I still don’t know all the details. ” Bob whistled. “Whew! ” “A real puzzler,” the hunter said. “But apparently the Mzabite had gotten the word, and by the time the police went around to pick him up, he had disappeared. ” Like a blinding light, the words of the telegram she and Bob had seen in the Cairo café flashed through Cherry’s head. How did they go? “Mzabite failed to deliver. ” Yes, that was it! Could there be a connection somewhere?
Cherry Ames Nurse Stories, Vol. 18 by Helen Wells