By Winston Graham
Used to be it Pearl Friedel’s fault she used to be attractive? If she have been simple, William Angell, the self-indulgent solicitor and lover of lovely issues, might by no means have given her the opportunity to flee the tedium of daily life. It used to be a truly passable association – until eventually Little God stepped in. An bold boxer with a vicious acceptance, he sought after Pearl for himself, it doesn't matter what the cost...
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Angell, Pearl and Little God by Winston Graham