A good man to know: a semi-documentary fictional memoir
The life and death of Rudy Winston, the owner of a Chicago liquor store and a man with organized crime connections, are revealed by his son, who recalls memorable journeys, baseball games, and other events, through obituaries and other newspaper articles,
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