TRIALS: How to Live Big

Nearly everybody in café society liked Jules Lack. A big, gregarious playboy of 45, he spent most of his time hobnobbing with the rich and famous at the bar in "21," the Pump Room, or kindred establishments in New York, Chicago and Miami. Until his wealthy wife divorced him, Big Julie always seemed to have plenty of money. But after the divorce, the story got around that Lack often had to borrow large amounts from friends.

Edith Small liked Big Julie, too, almost from the moment she met him last spring in Miami....

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