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"Most of the hotels in that neighborhood look as if they had come down in the world, and they probably have. Not the Minnetonka. That hostelry was originally conceived as a horror and has so maintained itself through the years." - Alexander King

September 24, 2017 in Books | Permalink


Small world: my wife and I are friends of Margie King Barab (and were friends of her late husband Seymour Barab). Margie (who's on the cover of the paperback version of this book) was Alex King's fourth (and as she likes to say, last) wife.

Posted by: Michael Leddy at Sep 24, 2017 9:51:43 PM