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Former policeman Jack Lamont is a private eye who handles routine cases until he meets Darlin Dubray, a stunning blonde and an identical twin. She asks him to follow Angel, her "troubled" look-alike. Lamont's journey takes him from his Catholic upbringing in the Heights to French damsel Kiki in Paris in 1945, his fiancee sweet Jeannie, and finally to Darlin in 1960. His life is filled with colorful highlights of the 1950s - the people, music, and fashion that shaped those years - and the surprise ending with the discovery of Darlin's secret. "Parental Discretion Is Advised"
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Charles (Chuck) Loebbaka, an Evanston, Ill., native, grew up in the rock 'n roll generation and began his journalism career as a newspaper reporter/editor covering government, politics, law, crime, and the syndicate. He spent a few years working for public relations clients before serving as director of media relations at Northwestern University for 27 years. Loebbaka took up golden fiction writing in his golden years. After you read this opus, feel free to send your comments to Jack Lamont at Guido's Bar & Grill or Palm Springs where the sun comes up every morning and he collects his royalties every winter. If you want an autograph, you can find him at the pool, next to the blonde with hair upswept to expose her bronze neck to California's Old Sol. Loebbaka's mug shot on the book cover doesn't do him justice. He thinks he's younger than he looks.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp(s). Seller Inventory # 2840562255