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Quickly after her filthy rich husband of twenty-five years leaves her for a more youthful lady, Rosie Meyers unearths herself the best suspect in his homicide and is going underground as a fugitive in new york to discover the killer. 150,000 first printing. $200,000 ad/promo.

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Plus. His lawyer offered what my lawyer called an insult—two million dollars. But instead of acting insulted, Honi informed me she simply laughed in the other lawyer’s face—and said eight million or no deal. She explained that meant they would split it down the middle by Friday. My last words with Richie had taken place two nights earlier. He had screamed over the phone: “Jessica did not want to believe what your lawyer is asking! ” His yelling was approaching the falsetto range. ” Now he lay on our kitchen floor with a bunch of Nassau County civil servants tape-measuring him and photographing him and probing under his fingernails with tweezers.

I was to get the contents of the house, which happened to include a great set of knives. Plus. His lawyer offered what my lawyer called an insult—two million dollars. But instead of acting insulted, Honi informed me she simply laughed in the other lawyer’s face—and said eight million or no deal. She explained that meant they would split it down the middle by Friday. My last words with Richie had taken place two nights earlier. He had screamed over the phone: “Jessica did not want to believe what your lawyer is asking!

Go on,” Gevinski said, more resentful than curi- 28 / SUSAN ISAACS ous, because now he’d have to type up another page for his report. “We were all teaching in a high school in Queens in the late sixties. Richie became a teacher to get out of Vietnam. He was certified in math and social studies. Mitch taught math. ” Gevinski crossed his arms over his belly and glanced again at his smile watch. I talked faster. “Anyway, after our first child, money was tight. I was taking a year of maternity leave, and Richie had to get a second job.

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