In a Pig's Eye

  • Title: In a Pig's Eye
  • Author: Robert Wright Campbell
  • ISBN: 9780340577332
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a Pig s Eye How s it goin Up and down and round and round You Sixes and sevens Plump blue eyed Italian looking man drops dead right in front of red haired Irish narrator Jimmy Flannery during their exercise class
    How s it goin Up and down and round and round You Sixes and sevens Plump blue eyed Italian looking man drops dead right in front of red haired Irish narrator Jimmy Flannery during their exercise class Teddy s membership name is Porky Pig , and his pockets hold no ID, yet old Italian lire 30 pieces of silver First a police chief asks the newly elected ward How s it goin Up and down and round and round You Sixes and sevens Plump blue eyed Italian looking man drops dead right in front of red haired Irish narrator Jimmy Flannery during their exercise class Teddy s membership name is Porky Pig , and his pockets hold no ID, yet old Italian lire 30 pieces of silver First a police chief asks the newly elected ward rep for help, then says back off Meanwhile, very pregnant wife Mary counsels pregnant poor teens in their 8th floor walkup Always curious, Jimmy runs up against Chicago big boys and an underworld warlord.

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    About Robert Wright Campbell


    1. A screenwriter who turned to writing novels Many of his earlier books were published as by R Wright Campbell but later works were credited to Robert W Campbell or simply Robert Campbell He also published one book as F.G Clinton For , see his obituary in the Los Angeles Times.


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    1. "How's it goin'?""Up and down and 'round and 'round. You?""Sixes and sevens" p 102."just keep putting one foot in front of the other" p 130. "like Scarlet O'Hara I'll think about it tomorrow" p 131."you might bend the rules, steal a base, or come in through a back window if you can't get what you're after any other way, but I'd bet my life that you'd never break a promise or your word if you could help it" p 188."Somebody said that a man with bad grammar wasn't necessarily stupid, but a man wit [...]

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    2. One of the great things about the Jimmy Flannery series is how Flannery narrates the stories in a down-home, folksy vernacular. The stories harken back to a time when we lived in actual neighborhoods and knew each other. Flannery works in the Chicago sewers but he is better known around town for doing favors Chicago-style as a cog in the old machine politics of a different era. In this eighth novel in the series, there are no 600 pound gorillas, no alligators, and no crazy goats. Flannery has gr [...]

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