The Roommates are back at it again. They are joined by their nosy neighbor Sister Clarabell Hocklight, who spends a lot of time eavesdropping through the wall that separates their apartment. She gets earful after earful of the young men's lustful shenanigans through her jelly-glass pressed firmly to her ear and the wall. The only thing better than her jelly-glass is being a fly on the wall. "But a fly is the work of the devil."
Sis. Clarabell has another motive for listening in, she wants to out her son-in-law who she suspects of being on the "downlow". She hopes by outing him, she can move in with her daughter.
All of the roommate's adventures don’t just happen in the house. They have quite an adventure on the Road to New Orleans.
About the Author
Charles W. Harvey is a native Houstonian and a graduate of the University of Houston. He has studied fiction under the guidance of Rosellen Brown and Chitra Divakaruni at U of H. He has studied poetry under Joyce James and Cynthia MacDonald. In 1987, Charles was a 1st place prize recipient of PEN/Discovery for Cheeseburger, which went on to be published in the Ontario Review. In 1989 Charles Harvey was awarded the Cultural Arts Council of Houston Grant for Writers and Artists. Also in 1989 he was a finalist in the MacDonald's Literary Achievement Awards. Charles has been published in Soulfires, Story Magazine SHADE, High Infidelity, The James White Review, and others. He is the author of the novels The Butterfly Killer, Promise Goodday, and Boy 4 Higher. He is also the author of several story and poetry collections.