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"The significance of her Lotto numbers was this: each represented an age at which she had jettisoned a burdensome man" (Chapter 1, pg. 3.)

"A series of unhealthy friendships eventually drew Bode Gazzer into the culture of hate and hard-core bigotry" (Chapter 2, pg. 18.)

"His experience as a visiting journalist in small towns was that some folks would tell you their life story at the drop of a hat, and others wouldn't say boo if your hair was on fire" (Chapter 3, pg. 32.)

"When a small alligator swam by, JoLayne tossed it part of her ham sandwich, to keep its mind off the turtles." Chapter 4, pg. 42

"She was, however, stubborn. And it was her very strong desire to not be a divorced woman" (Chapter 6, pg. 58.)

"Chub couldn't decide where to stash the stolen lottery ticket—few hiding places were as ingenious as Bode Gazzer's condom" (Chapter 8, pg. 86.)

"The firebombing of Tom...

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