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And for All the Sins I Cannot Recall Charlie's stories, written mid-90s, are those of a born raconteur. From coping with older sisters and being the darling of his alcoholic mother, Charlie's wit and gregarious voice propel us through the turbulent Sixties, early 70s Gay Liberation in Los Angeles, and wild success in two unlikely careers: Hollywood movie producer and New York CEO. His trail of stories ends abruptly as he begins to lose his battle with HIV/AIDS. This memoir, like Emily Dickenson's poems, was rescued from a drawer by his sister. The words are verbatim Charlie, spruced up only with a few new commas: a brilliant posthumous debut into the literary world.