Sullivan’s Sting

Sanders, Lawrence

Berkley Books, 1991

pp. 79-80

Ironies. “I’ve had a lot of experience with hard cases, and I’ve learned one thing about them: none are completely bad. A rapist can be devoted to a sick mother. A safecracker can help support his church. Even a murderer can drag a kid out of a burning house. None of us is one-dimensional.”