Never-Ending Book Quiz
I was surprised to see a white man walk into Joppy's bar. It's not just that he was white but he wore an off-white linen suit and shirt with a Panama straw hat and bone shoes over flashing white silk socks. His skin was smooth and pale with just a few freckles. One lick of strawberry-blond hair escaped the band of his hat. He stopped in the doorway, filling it with his large frame, and surveyed the room with pale eyes; not a color I'd ever seen in a man's eyes. When he looked at me I felt a thrill of fear, but that went away quickly because I was used to white people by 1948.
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Choose the correct answer:The Headmaster's Dilemma, Louis Auchincloss Devil in a Blue Dress, Walter Mosley The Wolf and the Dove, Kathleen E. Woodiwiss The Incredible Brazilian, Zulfikar Ghose
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