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Never Love a Stranger
Never Love a Stranger
Author: Harold Robbins
This is the story of Frankie Kane who put a high wall around himself and hung a sign on it that said, "No Trespassing". — Maybe it was being brought up in a Catholic orphanage -- only to find out he was a Jew.  Maybe he just grew up too fast.  Or maybe it was the days Frankie grew up in -- the days of 1929 and after, days that...  more »
ISBN: 20451
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 466
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Publisher: Pocket Books
Book Type: Paperback
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This book is fascinating! My husband and I bought the book originally because we are fans of John Cleese in the British tv show Fawlty Towers. In one of the episodes, Mrs. Fawlty is reading this book. Obviously, it was essential that we purchased this book when we saw it!

The story line is riveting and the ending was somewhat of a surprise to me. The story was not at all as I expected, but it was really interesting and sometimes intense.

This book is about an orphan boy and all the events that happen to him as he grows up. It's sad, yet it's happy. It's a romance, yet it's not. It's about having nothing, yet also having everything. It's about choices and how they shape a man.
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