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Trouble by Tom Paciaffi


by Tom Paciaffi

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0984134204, Paperback)

Not since James Dean brought Jim Stark to life has a manuscript such as "Trouble" been penned. Reminiscent of the stirring '50's when "Rebel Without a Cause". "The Wild One". amd "Blackboard Jungle" sprang the rebellious teenager phenomenon on the unsuspecting public, :Trouble" brings another anti-hero to the forefront. Unlike Dean, Brando or Morrow, Paciaffi is no actor and the events in his shocking manuscript are not movie scenes but a real-life setting, complete with real people and real action. No hero, Paciaffi will shock you, he will stun you, and he may even offend a few of you, but he will certainly entertain you. Not for the timid, "Trouble" does contain a few (but only the few necessary) adult words that are not for gratuitous profanity but are a part of today's younger generation, along with sex, drugs and alcohol.

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