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He resented having to walk, did Leo, but it was snowing lightly, traffic was totally
snarled, and he was late for his meeting with the Duchess. Rarely did she ever
contact him and on those occasions, it had been more than worth his while.
But to much of the general populace, they might as well have been Chang and
Eng. Composed finally, Trude took the last few steps, walked into the Duchess's
parlor. "You're late," she said. Trude looked at the thick black glasses and ...
He wished then what he always did after a job — — lemme be invisible — I
wanna be invisible, I wanna make 'em stop staring — The Duchess. She said it
was a lucky day, and hadn't it been lucky so far, hadn't she been on the money?
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Cleverly constructed and compulsively readable. When people talk about the difference between literature and genre fiction, Goldman, who wrote The Princess Bride and Marathon Man, is the sort of ... Read full review