“Peter Sanguedolce is stuck. In his late forties, he is jobless after economic pressures forced him to close the family business. He lives in his folk’s house, his mother’s room still filled with her things.
His second wife married him when he was the boss’s son. Peter supported her through law school. She has dumped him for her law partner, Elliott. It wasn’t the step up she had envisioned. In the divorce, Peter was granted limited custody of their daughter, Jeanette, who is the light of his life…”
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"Peter Sanguedolce swims in music. He remembers his Nonno Franco—known all his life as Fatty—playing a tinny upright on the mezzanine of a pungent cigar factory. Fatty regaled his bored cigar-rollers with everything from Giuseppe Verdi to the Big Bopper. Peter’s Uncle...
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