It was a crazy, wacky year for four New York City bachelors who were fast approaching their late twenties. After lucking out on a one-year sublease of a spectacular Italian-style villa in upstate Neckaneck Township, Waldo, Mendel Jr., Monte, and Ricky enter the social whirl of suburbia. Waldo Flanken, a gangly, six-foot, uncoordinated college dropout, provides countless episodes of fun and mishaps as he stumbles through life. His three villa-mates are not far behind in a madcap journey through snobbish Neckaneck society. Whether it is a party with a group of hospital student-nurses or a weekend trip to a New Jersey dude ranch, it is a nonstop adventure that will keep your laugh meter running full speed. How it all ends is both sad and fulfilling, but the action never stops until the day they move out of the villa. Neckaneck will never be the same, but neither will "The Four Schmucks on the Hill" and the women in their lives.
|Publisher:||Mountain Arbor Press|
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About the Author
After graduating from Columbia University in 1953, Stephen Newfield plunged into the world of advertising, where he spent the next six decades before retiring in August 2015. In addition to owning both a direct mail and a promotional products agency, Stephen taught an advertising course at Mercer University, was the host of the local PBA on-air auction, and served on the PBA Board. Stephen lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with his wife Peggy and spends his time with family and friends, writing, and enjoying golf.