Today’s book beginning is from a novel that I read a long, long time ago. I looked around for a book (I am still reading “Visitation” from last week, so nothing new to choose) and my eye fell on “The Mysteries of Pittsburgh” by Michael Chabon. I remembered that it had a really great first sentence. Most of you probably know it anyway. So, here we go:
At the beginning of the summer I had lunch with my father, the gangster, who was in town for the weekend to transact some of his vague business.
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