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"He's a rotten little turd," Sally cried, trying to rip the copy of the Voice from Edith's
hand. Sally had read the review that morning, had rushed up to Edith's to head off
any possibility of Edith seeing the notice, but when she got there, it was too ...
"My name is Brian Kilgore, sir," Kilgore began, moving up next to the older man. "
And I am the disrupter of your house and home, forgive me," Beulah answered,
his southern voice very loud indeed. "You may call me Bobby Lee." The line was
The lad grows up, becomes a salesman, loses his voice — crippling to the
success of a salesman. If you can't talk, you don't sell, and he wants to get
married and nothing helps so he goes to a man versed in hypnosis and is
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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