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Winning is everything by David Marlow
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Winning is everything

by David Marlow

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Kip, Ron, and Gary-three more unlikely roommates you'd be hard put to find. But this is the Big Apple, where anything was possible, and this was the go-go sixties, when instant stardom happened overnight. Three very different guys, each with his own hunger and fantasy, drawn together by their mutual belief that winning is everything. They rise, they fall-in ways that you could never predict, through turns of fate you could never imagine. Their glories, their loves, their anguish and their triumphs-you'll feel like you've lived their lives, and the lives of the people who love them, in the pages of a novel you will simply not be able to put down.

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