‘And your father’s in it?’
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‘And your father’s in it?’ ‘Yes, ma’am. He helps my mother and makes the s–...
‘From her tiny office on the third floor, Pam Roberts looked through a window and correctly identified the Martha Penk she was waiting for, a shrimpish girl pushing twenty-two, lost down there.’