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There are good, caring, generous people in the world like David White, and there are the others: the brutes, the knuckle-draggers, the ogres. Roy Mayer was one such. He was too simple-minded to have a sense of humor or to carry on an intelligent conversation, but he was big—very big—and built like a tank, weighing nearly 300 pounds. When he walked through the door, he blocked out the light. What he lacked in intelligence and sensitivity he more than compensated for with callous, reptilian aggressiveness. He was a bully—a thug.



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