Michael saw a slight smile on the driver’s lips. The car was going west with no apparent attempt to elude any trailers. It went up on to the West Side Highway, speeding in and out of traffic. Anyone following would have had to do the same. Then, to Michael’s dismay, it took the exit for the George Washington Bridge; they were going over to New Jersey. Whoever had given Sonny the info on where the meeting was to be held, had given him the wrong dope.
The car threaded through the bridge approaches, and then was on it, leaving the blazing city behind. Michael kept his face impassive. Were they going to dump him into the swamps, or was it just a last-minute change in meeting place by the wily Sollozzo? But when they were nearly all the way across, the driver gave the wheel a violent twist. The heavy automobile jumped into the air when it hit the divider, and bounced over into the lanes, going back to New York City. Both McCluskey and Sollozzo were looking back to see if anyone had tried doing the same thing. The driver was really hitting it back to New York, and then, they were off the bridge, and going towards the East Bronx. They went through side streets with no cars behind them. By this time, it was nearly nine o’clock. They had made sure there was no one on their tail. Sollozzo lit up a cigarette after offering his pack to McCluskey and Michael, both of whom refused. Sollozzo said to the driver, ‘Nice work. I’ll remember it.’
buen manjo del color en condiones de baja luz. Felicitaciones
Nice shot and good gallery. Ciao!
Wonderful. Yellow star for you, absolutly. Best regards from Italy.
Great shot. I like the lights! Michael
Good shot but too small image size. Prefer larger than small...Cheers from Poland....
Great shot. Know this location well. You have a fine collection. Paul in New Jersey
Very beautiful shot! Like
Best wishes from china,zw22wz
Excellent photo! - Greetings from Athens.
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Photo taken in Fort Lee, NJ, USA
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