Paradise Road
David Scott Milton
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Paradise Road

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"It was my misfortune to have missed The Quarterback, and thus be unaware of this fine, unflinching writer. He does not prettify, embroider, ornament or otherwise offend against the utter dignity of his hard, enduring characters; out of their meanness and misery, he has made a story which I envy, in prose as clean and businesslike as a switchblade. Make sure everybody hear

Published (first published July 9th 2007)
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Laura Suess
This story about a man who teaches himself to count cards to win blackjack inVegas is good but has a surprisingly anti climactic ending
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David Scott Milton was an early member of the avant-garde Theater Genesis, along with Sam Shepard, Leonard Melfi and Murray Mednick. He has had more than a dozen plays performed Off Off Broadway including "The Interrogation Room", "Halloween Mask", "The Metaphysical Cop", and "Scraping Bottom". "Scraping Bottom", under the title of "Born to Win", became the Czech director Ivan Passer's first Ameri...more
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