Big Time

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Pocket Books, Dec 1, 1991 - Fiction - 544 pages
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Talented piano player and compulsive gambler Sal D'Amore has just blown one hundred eighty grand of the mob's money--and they've come to collect. Sal eludes the world's best-trained criminal guns from Hollywood to Rio--until Lady Luck suddenly takes a new name, Isabel. "Montecino scores again. . . ".--Kirkus. Optioned for film by Tom Cruise.

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Small-time New Orleans crooner Sal D'Amore runs into big-time trouble when his gambling addiction puts him in debt--$180,000--to the Mafia. Lazy and dumb, yet pursued by nearly every woman he meets ... Read full review

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