When the Reverend Richard Catesbyas younger brother Willy disappears in his yellow Volkswagen convertible, the local sheriff in West Virginia does not believe there is enough evidence to warrant an investigation. But Catesby, convinced his brother has been murdered, puts aside his vows as an Episcopal priest and prepares to avenge Willy himself. His friend Stan, worried not only for Richardas safety, but also about the morality of his crusade, tries to reason with him. Richard however, finds himself growing fond of his role as a samurai. He devises an intriguing revenge, and Stan reluctantly finds himself caught up in its web.The listing for a#39;garagesa#39; only seems to deal with garage doors and openers, so he tries a#39;storagea#39;, where he finds a ... a row of old garagesbehind some rundown apartmenthouse, the glass panes cloudedwith dirtwhere they werena#39;t broken and covered with cardboard. ... aStanley, you didna#39;t haveto tellme about theVWfor sale .
|Publisher||:||Abbott Press - 2014-08-22|