There were things about Rome that Max Fielding would always remember: the titles ladies who acted like tramps, the tramps who acted like ladies, and the movie starlets intent on parlaying a big chest and a small talent in stardom. He could never forget the movie studios of Rome where, for a few months, he became part of the inner circle and learned to play the internationally famous games called Musical Beds. That's how he met elfin Nadine Barney, a bundle of energy, who learned that sometimes you can catch up with a man by not running after him. This was Rome, City of Eternal Lust, where Bacchanalia was a morning, noon, and night proposition.
by Mack Reynolds
by Arthur Conan Doyle
by Erskine Childers
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