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There's so much more to Vegas than what the tourists see. But the truth is, I love what the tourists see, too. From the austere Nevada mountaintops to the concrete palaces to the sex clubs and the gluttonous buffets, I love it all. Even the Liberace museum. Honest. My house was in a gorgeous neighborhood called Summerlin, near one of the area's many man-made lakes. Okay, ponds, depending on what you're used to. It was just down the road from the largest of Vegas's many pet cemeteries, where all three of my German shepherds are interred.
I've been around doctors enough to know that they love to trash lawyers and other professional clock-watchers while ignoring the fact that their own bills are higher than anyone else's. He had me at a card table in the main lobby of the detox ward, by the nurses' station, down the hall from the private rooms. The wing was all done up in calming shades of beige, with padded sofas and soft carpets. Like an airport lounge. " "I was just saying-" "The fact is, Ms. Pulaski, you have a serious chemical addiction, and six days in detox isn't going to cure it.
Dark Eye by William Bernhardt