Books: Hemingway man

JOY STREET-Clifton Cuthbert-God-win ($2).

Frankie was a Boston Italian, second generation, so he could talk like a Heming-wayman and get away with it: his mother did not speak English so good. Frankie had left a fair job in a factory for a much better one, driving a truck for Bootlegger Visconti. His hours were long but he worked only one day a week. Good & bad luck hit Frankie about the same time. He met Rosie at a dance hall, and he got a warning from a rival 'legger that hereafter his weekly trip...

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