T. Paterson Frisby possessed twenty million dollars and loved every cent of them. His secretary, Berry Conway, possessed only a dud copper mine; and the Biscuit (Berry's schoolfriend) nothing but a title. The latter pair needed money, big money: but the former was fast on his feet. Frisking Frisby wouldn't be easy.
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