The Sorcerer of Stockholm
by Stanley Bloom
Samuel Gold deals in antiquarian books. Johnathan, an English teacher, describes it as a passion in a man with a very keen eye for the opposite sex, no eye for the clock and little appreciation of where his many involvements might lead. He also writes humorous verse. Calling him The Sorcerer, it is nevertheless the unpredictable and unreliable Samuel that Jonathan becomes dependent on.