“Don’t I know you?”

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  • Published 20050805
  • ISBN: 9780733314537
  • Extent: 268 pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm)

I AM OF course no stranger to celebrity. “Famous name,” the lady at the library greets me when I produce my borrower’s card. I nod, graciously.

Yes, a famous name, but for someone else. It could be my collected works are ranked along the shelves, or, perhaps even better, out on loan. Maybe.

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