"captivating and fresh... terse and enchanting” - Bobbie Ann Mason
"A tense and timely love story that probes the disastrous gulf between class and technology” - Ben Marcus
"A furious, darkly comic fable for this precise American moment.” - J. Robert Lennon
"The most decadently imaginative thing I’ve read in years” - Sandra Newman
and no anxieties. . . Just pure, blissful fun, spiced with a healthy pinch of self-mockery and irony. Does it get any gayer than that?
Though she insisted Hitchcock treated her “like a porcelain doll,” in Dial M for Murder he subjected her to a brutal beating scene that covered her in bruises. “Torture the women!” Hitchcock exclaimed.
Inspired by the lives and careers Cardinal Francis Spellman and Cardinal Richard Cushing.
They come and go wrapped like gypsies at a carnival, sounding like artists, smelling of mildew. I can’t take them anymore.
He used product in his hair. Dr. Martin wore jeans that went into the freezer at night, instead of into the washing machine.
Not so long ago she won a Golden Globe for her featured role in one of those paranormal romances. I hadn't seen the film, but I had heard good things. . .
I get distracted by other things.