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Quiet, Good Neighbors
     

Quiet, Good Neighbors

by David S. Coppolaberg
 
Quiet, Good Neighbor contains one of the most horrific examples of a low-level nuclear explosion in America ever written. A family moves into the house across the street. A man, a woman and a boy. They are mid-eastern. The old man who lives across the street befriends them and tries to teach the boy how to fish and play catch. Both families become good friends. But

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Quiet, Good Neighbor contains one of the most horrific examples of a low-level nuclear explosion in America ever written. A family moves into the house across the street. A man, a woman and a boy. They are mid-eastern. The old man who lives across the street befriends them and tries to teach the boy how to fish and play catch. Both families become good friends. But the old man doesn’t know that a suitcase nuke is hidden in the backyard of the good neighbor’s backyard under a rose bush. The boy is sent by his father on a suicide mission with the nuke in his backpack. The boy goes to the nearby mall on the day after Thanksgiving.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012187109
Publisher:
Count DeLaBar Books
Publication date:
03/11/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
124 KB

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David S. Coppolaberg’s masterwork, Bad Women, Lies & Deception contains fourteen never before read great short stories. This is the most thought provoking collection of stories written in modern times. The author was once compared to Hemingway, but his stories have more depth, mystery and mastery of the craft of writing. The material in this collection is original, unforgettable of a high standard found no where else in the world.

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