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Haggerty slowly piloted his car along Broadway; he saw a place up on 138th
Street, so he pulled in to park. It was the first Saturday in July, three in the
morning, steaming hot, and from a rooftop up ahead some guy was screaming as
he threw ...
Alice my dear, Haggerty thought, it was a great musical, and I hope you've seen it
already. What a shame it would be to wait all those years to see it and then this
the evening of the show. Haggerty had no interest in theatre, but he loved ...
"I booked us at Wally's at nine," Haggerty said, walking in, sitting on the edge of
Eric's desk. "It's almost that now, get your coat on." "I guess I'm not so hungry,"
Eric said. Haggerty got Eric's coat, tossed it into Eric's lap. "We'll have the double
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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