Sunday, March 20, 2011

For A Good Read, Try NYT

while it's still free.
But I digress.
My mouth is watering over this.
Like many classic New York tales, the story of Mr. Kruger and his shadow family involves love, money, conflict and real estate.
It is a story of an internecine political world of favor-trading and access-peddling.
It is a story of an obscure waterfront expanse of garish mansions and decadent cars, a pocket of wealth unreachable by buses and subways and unseen by most city residents.
And, now, it is a story of unwanted attention.

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