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Frank Jr. more than made up for her. Angry, feisty, raw. He cried when a baby,
simmered as he grew. But it was not till he reached his teens that he began to
steal. Haggerty strapped him the first time he was caught. Did no good. Strapped
Finally: His name is Frank Jr. A glance at the thick appointment book. A
scratching out of something. Could you bring Frank Jr. here tomorrow do you
think? After dinner I'm free. Eight tomorrow night, that fit with your schedule? Nod.
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Eric alone on the one side of the grave, the two children together on the other; the
body lowered all the way now, the movement done, Frank Haggerty in the ground
. "Mr. Lorber?" Frank Jr. said again. Eric opened his eyes, blinked, looked ...
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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