Book Behind Pulp Fiction Contest Hides a Respectable Past

The actual opening of “Tough Kid From Brooklyn,” and the life of the man who wrote it, may surprise you.

The actual opening of “Tough Kid From Brooklyn,” and the life of the man who wrote it, may surprise you.

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