In this book, a crime and its city, haunted by the long finger of history, are too.
He extended his long finger and thumb toward her, with a guinea temptingly displayed.
It threw a long finger of light on the gate posts of a corral.
And the money-lender shook his long finger into the faces of the boys.
He swung around to point a long finger at the fat man sitting there.
It was a long finger, with a very protuberant knuckle-bone, but no sign of a nail.
These appear to have been attached all along the arm and to the end of the long finger.
If he but pointed his long finger at a man or woman, it was death to the victim.
Then he leaned over the stall and reached out a long finger.
The pioneer, who had by this time become somewhat interested in the proceedings, pointed his long finger toward the rifle.