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406 pages, Paperback
First published April 28, 2012
"Leave him for now," Schuyler advised, reaching over and patting me gently on the hand. "I am certain that there is no way you could have prevented upsetting him, and you had no knowledge of the fact that the subject would upset him. So you have nothing to apologize for."
"Like a kitten who has had his stolen ball of wool yarn taken from his grasping paws?”
"Do not we all."(Hint: Requires contraction, or I will blow a gasket.)