Best-selling winner of the Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship Award, Chocolate Days, Popsicle Weeks tells the love story of Fitzie and Janice Fitzpatrick, Silent-Generation Boston Irish Catholics who run away to make it big in New York in the Sixties. "An oft-told tale" one reviewer noted, "but not the way Hannibal tells it. . . . Again and again, I felt those frissons of pleasure which superior writing always sends down my back." How these not-so-silent, resilient young lovers manage to save their marriage from the wrecking-ball of Success makes for exhilarating reading-in what the Library Journal called "A great book."
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Edward Hannibal lives with his wife, Maggie, in East Hampton, New York. His other novels include Dancing Man, Liberty Square Station, Blood Feud (with R. Boris) and A Trace of Red. In his latest, The Collar, two veteran policemen, both survivors of childhood abuse, join forces and bring a guilty priest to a strange, bleated justice.
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Book Description Signet, 1971. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0451070518