Playing It Cool

Visitor's Question from a 61+ year old Male
Dear Romance Class - I read a paperback pocketbook in the 1960's. It was incredibly good advice, I was skeptic at the time. Life has proved it's value. I would like to find it again, but not sure of the title - and not a clue who the author is. I would've expected title to be, The Art Of Playing It Cool. No luck chasing this lead. The book provides great lessons in reverse psychology - specific to developing relationships. Quite humorous in its presentation. The specialty of your website suggests you might have this book in your reference library. Any chance you can lead me to the location of this 40-50 year-old publication? Thank you!! GARY G Advice
Sorry, no clue.

Go to your local library and ask them to search for it in the OCLC online database.

Good luck! George

-- from George
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