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A salesman, a would-be divorcée, and an insurance policy turn toxic in Reno

Vegas is a city of lovers, but in Reno, the business is divorce. Six weeks in Reno can erase the darkest marriages, and the only question is how to pass the time—craps or roulette? Jane Delavan is a roulette woman, a stately beauty from back East who’s too classy for the motel where she’s shacked up
Paperback, 128 pages
Published December 1st 1989 by Creative Arts Book Company (first published 1950)
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