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By T. M. Wright

ISBN-10: 0812519507

ISBN-13: 9780812519501

A photographer borrows his friend's ny residence and is brought to Manhattan's spectral underworld by means of a stunning girl ghost, with whom he falls in love. Reissue. motion picture tie-in.

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My pleasure, sir," he said. The doors closed. I have learned this, too: I have learned that the living are not very different from the dead. And I have learned that you often have to have a very good eye indeed to tell the difference. CHAPTER SEVEN I thought that I was going to enjoy living in Art's apartment. I liked his tastes (I always had). Everything was well-made, and functional, and there were lots of earth colors, which appealed to me. Several feet in front of the white marble fireplace stood a huge, tar-black, smooth leather couch with a rounded back and rounded, overstuffed arms.

She grinned. "Uh-huh," I said, and a half-dozen wonderful fantasies danced in front of me. With effort, I shooed them away. "That's right," I said, "only one. " She looked up at me, scowled. "You're all heart, Abner Doubleday. " She jotted something down on her score sheet. "We'll sleep together, Abner," she said casually. " I fought back an anticipatory grin. "That's really not the point, is it-" "You don't like black girls?? " "You're a real asshole, Abner. " I was genuinely angry now. She inclined her head to the left, toward the living room.

Thank you," I said. "My pleasure, sir," he said. The doors closed. I have learned this, too: I have learned that the living are not very different from the dead. And I have learned that you often have to have a very good eye indeed to tell the difference. CHAPTER SEVEN I thought that I was going to enjoy living in Art's apartment. I liked his tastes (I always had). Everything was well-made, and functional, and there were lots of earth colors, which appealed to me. Several feet in front of the white marble fireplace stood a huge, tar-black, smooth leather couch with a rounded back and rounded, overstuffed arms.

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