Gold Rush Boy

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AuthorHouse, Jun 1, 2003 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Everyone has a nutty neighbor. From trailer parks to posh penthouses, a peculiar person is always around the corner. Someone who never changes clothes. Or never leaves the house. For Michael R. Ebert, that nutty neighbor is a middle-aged, camouflage-wearing loner, who never ventures beyond the front stoop. Since coming to the Long Island complex, the stranger's been incessantly interfering in Ebert's everyday life. Patiently, the aspiring reporter tries to mind his own business. Until he links the man to a local crime. But as he investigates, Ebert's expectations of the stoop-sitter are shattered. And he realizes the man who lives in the building across from him isn't what he expected at all.

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