Ronald Rabbit Is a Dirty Old Man
One man’s letter-writing addiction will have some very funny consequences Laurence Clarke is having a bad day. His boss realized that his editorial position was made redundant months ago, his wife’s discovered that she’s got more in common with his best friend Steve, and his ex-wife and her father are on his case for the alimony he owes. What’s a guy to do? How about write them all letters telling them just what he thinks and letting them know that life hasn’t got Laurence down—it’s got him running away on a lurid and highly erotic adventure with a bevy of naughty young things. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Lawrence Block, including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from his personal collection, and a new afterword written by the author.
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Published 2000. “’Hookers?’ ‘Well, they get twenty, so you couldn’t call them virgins. But nice girls. One of them used to be a stewardess.’ ‘What did the other one used to be?’ ‘A virgin, I guess. I ... Read full review
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This is a good read for fans of "50 Shades of Grey." If you thought that book was groundbreaking, Block's novel came out in 1971. Do the math there. It's a huge departure from the crime novels of ... Read full review