Title: The Promoter
Author: Orrie Hitt
Cover artist: Walter Popp
Yours for: $20
- "So ... you're here for the free Tai Chi lesson?"
- I love his smugfuck face: "What can I say? It's like the tagline says, I love my work."
- I like her. I really hope she takes all his money and leaves him tied up and half-naked in that room.
- Love the trash can peeking out from around the corner. Just in case you thought this story was classy.
- "On the surface she was all smooth legs and orange sweaters, but deep down inside, she was ... the Teen Temptress of Trash Town."
Best things about this back cover:
- Oh, you crazy kids and your cellar clubs (!?!).
- "Cellar club" sounds like a serial killer's euphemism for "place where I keep the bones of my victims."
- "His best weapons were women ... sure, they're a little cumbersome, but once you learn to swing one you can do some Serious damage."
Nothing further was known about her until she had appeared in the city, five years previously, and had set herself up in the model agency business. Her credit rating vouched for the fact that she had been successful—No one had any outstanding bills against her. Her association with Andy Willis who, by the way, was from Billings, Montana, had been a routine thing.People forget there was a time in American history when being from Billings, Montana was considered fascinating and exciting, possibly because that time never actually existed.
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