by Colin Harrison
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Usually, it’s pretty easy to ignore the glass wall that separates America’s rich and poor. Through an elaborate system of etiquette and authority, the division of the classes remains at once observed and discounted, with people of all stripes trudging through the same cities, even the same rooms, and the divergent logic of their lives going politely unremarked.
Colin Harrison’s novels—among them, Manhattan Nocturne (1996), The Havana Room (2004), and now The Finder—shatter that glass wall. Men and women are sucked from the normal patterns of their days and sent traveling in worlds utterly different from, yet strangely adjacent to, the ones they have known. In The Havana Room, a wealthy lawyer loses his fortune and drifts into a network of hustlers. In Manhattan Nocturne, a boisterous newspaperman slips into a
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