What Do You Want to Do, Break Your Mother's Heart?
For those of you who grew up in the 50s, 60s, and 70s, this book is for you. Wayne Danka grew up with the best bunch of friends a guy could have. Professional mischief-makers and best friends to the end, Wayne and his buddies were always trying to get the most fun out of life they possibly could. Meeting gangsters, hustling gamblers, and encountering ruthless thugs make up just a few of the stories that will make you laugh out loud as you take a trip down memory lane. A collection of short stories about growing up, coming of age, maturity, and immaturity during the three greatest decades of the 20th century.
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THE DREAM GAME
THE CARD GAME
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO
JOEY RIB HORSE PILLS AND A BRAND
THE LAMBERTON STREET
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