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Linda Howard

  • It was his absence, not his presence, that had shaped her life.

  • ... his personal opinion was that if you wanted sensitive information to get out, you put it in a computer.

  • Hormones were as potent as whiskey, and twice as sneaky.

  • The world was divided into two groups: those who showered at night, and those who showered in the morning.

  • The bad thing about living in a small town was that everything became a personal issue. The good thing about living in a small town was that everything became a personal issue. During times of trouble, the support system was massive.

  • ... he was stoic about pain and death, figuring very few people escaped the first and no one escaped the second.

  • He had a man's normal respect for shopping, which means none at all.

  • Was the period of happiness worth the unhappiness that followed a breakup? Most people seemed to think so, because they got on the love train time and time again.

  • Do you know why men name their cocks? ... So most of the major decisions in their lives won't be made by a total stranger.

Linda Howard, U.S. writer

(1950)

Real name: Linda S. Howington.