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I’m liking the way some of these characters are interacting with each other:

“He is the number one Hitchcock fan in the whole upper east side,” Jayden said.

“What can I say? Born like fifty years too late.”

Nikki set down her dog and Kelli bent down to pet it. “So, you have a late-model Bolshevik in charge of a capitalist household and a sixteen-year-old born half a century too late. And you’re not all getting therapy?”

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