Luke Rhinehart (born George Cockcroft November 15, 1932 - died November 6, 2020) is the American writer of nine novels, most notably The Dice Man, a 1971 novel about a psychotherapist who casts dice in place of making decisions.
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We got married: society’s solution to loneliness, lust and laundry.
- The Dice Man, 1971, p. 99.