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May 30, 2021

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Raquel Stecher

Thank you for your thoughtful review. I struggle with plot summaries. They add some context and are a nice reminder if I've seen the movie. But if I haven't they are frustrating!

I'm glad you gave this book a shot. It's one of my favorites that I've read in recent years.

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Later-in-life classic Hollywood enthusiast. Proud Democrat.

This blog contains occasional thoughts related to the old Hollywood films I watch and the actors and actresses that I enjoy.

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