Saul's Book: A Novel

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Pushcart Press, 1983 - Fiction - 314 pages
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The story of a Times Square hustler called Sinbad the Sailor and Saul, a brilliant, self-destructive, alcoholic, thoroughly dominating character who may be the only love Sinbad will ever know. Paul T. Rogers' insight into life and devotion in New York's most infamous district made Saul's Book a literary sensation; the author's tragic demise in that same world made his first and only novel legendary.

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Barely into his teens, Stephen, a beautiful young Puerto Rican boy later to become known as Sindbad the Sailor, runs away and becomes a hustler in New York. He eventually meets Saul, and older man who ... Read full review

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User Review  - Redsfan - LibraryThing

This story of a stalker does not read like fiction. As the reviewers sometimes say it is scary, funny and captivating all at the same time. Read full review


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