Vinnie Dows, physically abused as a child and taunted much of his life, acts on a bold idea after he unexpectedly inherits a rundown farm. What if he offered free room and board to others who couldn't seem to make it in their present-day world because of their own spirit-crushing fears? Would they be willing to work at turning his inheritance into a profitable farm? Would they look favorably upon a life free from the prejudices of the outside world? On-line and newspaper ads bring an assortment of characters eager to give that experiment a shot.
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About the Author
JACK KARASCH is a New York native and grew up on Long Island, in Santa Barbara, and the San Francisco Bay area. He is a world traveler who has lived abroad. Publications include short stories, poetry, journalism, and four novels: Pheromone-2100; Hotel Hippocampus; The Phobos Society; and Paravids.