Still, though readers looking for believability or depth will want to look elsewhere, Kalich's fellow gambling ing division especially-will appreciate the in-the-know details here. and maybe the sheer wish-fulfillment too. Pub Date: April 23rd, 1981.
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Robert Kalich has lived his entire life in New York City. His the author nine books including The Handicapper. The author Richard Kalich is Mr. Kalich's identical twin. The guilt experienced by the protagonist, Adam Remler, for betraying his beloved twin brother, provides the spur for Adam to investigate the antecedents of this woman.
The Handicapper by Robert Kalich. A Novel About Obsessive Gambling. Kalich has a firm grasp. Book-of-the-Month Club Selection B. Dalton Best Seller. He writes with a fervor of a man intimately familiar with gambling giving us a wonderful insight into the gambling mind. Robert Kalich has written a compelling novel that transmits the flat-out thrill of putting your money where your heart is. The handicapper is alive. Bet on IT!" - Booktalk.
Richard Kalich, the author of The Nihilesthete (1987), Penthouse F (2010) and Charlie P (2005) published in 2014 in a single volume as Central Park West Trilogy, and The Zoo (2001). He has been nominated for the National Book Award and for a Pulitzer Prize. His novels are internationally acclaimed and widely translated: his novels have been published in Bulgaria, Denmark, England, Germany, Israel, the Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, Turkey, and Japan
1st ed. by Robert Allen Kalich.
1st ed. Published 1981 by Crown Publishers in New York. Compulsive gamblers, Fiction, Gamblers.
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Moreover; the book catches the flavor of the gambling scene in Reno, as well as reflecting the color and pageantry of college football.