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THE GAMBLER by William Krasner (1950) Review by Mike Dennis 2010 “This is it, fellow,” the motorman said impatiently. ¬†“End of the line.” That’s the opening of William Krasner’s The Gambler (1950), a gritty noir novel of one man coming face to face with his own limitations. ¬†That man is Ben Wulfson, who, unlike most […]