From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
They sent him to Dallas to kill a nigger pimp named Wendell Durfee. He wasn't sure he could do it. The Casino Operators Council flew him. They supplied first-class fare. They tapped their slush fund. They greased him. They fed him six cold.
Other hallmarks of his work include dense plotting and a relentlessly pessimistic—albeit conservatively moral—worldview.
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