unearths some literary gems.
From "Murder in the Movies," by Karl Detzer:
I'm telling it now, just the way it happened, so that there needn't be any more pictures surrounded by question marks.
[I like the "intersport" imagery in this sentence.]
Gatski was a little man, about forty years old, with a bay window like a basketball and a voice like a baseball umpire's.
"Turn 'em," Sam said in a peculiar tone, like a sound track that's picked up an echo.