The Strange Case of Harry J. Riley 

His on- and off-stage personas are like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Except for the evil part.

It takes Harry J. Riley a while to warm up to new people. He rolls the shoulders of his broad frame — making himself smaller — and nods gently when others speak. He delivers succinct sentences in a hushed voice. You…

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