It's Only Love by Linda Cashdan

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Twenty years after his summer vacation in the factory town of Fallsville, Massachusetts, a burnt-out Pulitzer Prize-winning author decides to recapture that experience by writing a profile of one of the men he met there.

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Linda Cashdan (Washington, D.C.) is a business reporter and on-air radio broadcaster for the Voice of America.
Published July 1, 1992 by St Martins Pr. 327 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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To Marci's surprise, tough, snarly, abusive Sal (whose son Frank is a sour chip off the old nasty block) had, according to his widow, been working on ``getting'' the people who'd caused his death.

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Although readers may wonder at first whether Cashdan is leading them into a coming-of-age story or a mystery, her tale of long-ago romance and present-day intrigue becomes increasingly satisfying.

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