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"I'll kill her," Myrtle Mazursky went on, louder, her voice just beginning to crack. "
Myrtle, there's no 'her.' I got a nose like Durante and I'm eighty pounds over,
who's gonna fall for me?" "You're rich," Myrtle said. I didn't know that, Edith
Good man. Word means something. Got a wife going through what looks like
preliminary menopause, got a daughter gonna be a great painter; nice solid club
fighter. But not a champion.' " "What's so terrible about that?" Myrtle said. "Nothing
... enough look to know these were gonna be tough, these two, these were gonna
give him more than a little trouble, he wasn't gonna just be able to power his way
past them, no, he was gonna have to brain his way past them, well, screw them ...
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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