Jay Tasti and Albert Nikozak grew up in 1950's and 1960's in a tough little section of Long Island called Duck Alley. Most of the time the sounds of garbage cans clattering and railroad cars rambling by were drowned out by their teary-eyed laughter. Days were filled with baseball, dreams, and absurd jokes.
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DUCK ALLEYUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A second from DeFilippi has parallels with his considerably stronger Blood Sugar (1992), but too much in plot flies off with too little in substantive atmosphere or theme to act as ballast. Narrator ... Read full review