A nice feat of engineering reveals what Kevin and Brett hope will be their ticket off the island.
Luckily for Kevin and Brett, the islanders had a nice supply of white cloth for their ruse.
Most gratefully, Maria offers Kevin a kiss in lieu of marriage. Perhaps more than one, as Kevin and Brett don’t disembark until several days later.
Finding a drowning sailor provides an interesting denouement as the sequence transitions swiftly.
Perhaps the reason for the abrupt change is that the next sequence would be Jay Heavilin’s last — his 13-month run as the writer for “Kevin the Bold” was ending.
Now being shipped!
I’m not sure how long delivery takes, but pre-sale orders of the book The Lost Art of Kreigh Collins, Vol. 1: The Complete Mitzi McCoy have started to be shipped. Apologies for the delay. Presently, I am trying to find out what arrangements can be made for the publisher to fulfill overseas orders. The book is available at the publisher’s website.
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