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Eric Jerome Dickey is back with a sexy, fast-paced novel about grifters and con artists, brothers and sisters, looking for love and making ends meet-on the wrong side of the law. Start by marking “Thieves' Paradise” as Want to Read: Thieves' Paradise was the first book I willingly pick up after I graduated from high school, and it helped to transform me into the leisure reader I am today. Eric Jerome Dickey was born in Memphis, Tennessee and attended the.
This score-settling comes off as sophomoric and trifling. Still, Taibbi has written a necessary and engaging corrective to the noxious idea that the tragedy of recent years was an inevitable byproduct of the market system.
The villains of the last crisis, he observes, are the same people now tasked with preventing the next one. Which is kind of a big problem, when you think about it.
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