Bored? Read Manhattan Bully Wars (1947)

Manhattan Bully Wars (1947):

"Tonight he would take his radio to bed with no fear that listening would be terminated by a parental sweep. Tomorrow he would wander to and fro and then enjoy the company of his very best friend in all the world.

He came up from the subway by the hot dog place on Lexington at 86th and ran to his apartment building between York and East End. He waved a quick hello to the doorman Eddie. Karl took him up in the elevator.

The front entrance to the Panflick's apartment was unlocked as usual. What was not usual were screams coming from the back."

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