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Life At Death Cabin (eBook)

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Life at Death Cabin: a deadly comedy.

It is 1977, and a 60's pop idol, Loretta Traveler, rents her estate in a small, conservative town to a group of ex-hippies. Her tenants are exactly the type of people the townsfolk wish to avoid, and before long they became mired in accusations of littering, overcrowding, and murder.

Loretta might still harbor some empathy for a last-gasp effort at communal living by some aging children of Woodstock Nation. In fact, she quite cheerfully renews the lease the next year, despite what happened to Mark, the Death Cabin murder article in the newspaper, troubles with Zoning Commissioner Dachausen, and all the complaints from the neighbors.

WIll the former hippies succeed in maintaining their idealism in luxurious surroundings, at the dawn of the new age and the Me Generation?

Does Loretta hope the inevitable conflicts between her hard-partying tenants and Zoning Commissioner Dachausen will create the opportunity she is looking for? Maybe that's why, whenever Loretta comes to visit the estate, she always pauses on the walkway for a minute, gazing through the trees towards Dachausen's house, smiling.

Life at Death Cabin: a deadly comedy.

It is 1977, and a 60's pop idol, Loretta Traveler, rents her estate in a small, conservative town to a group of ex-hippies. Her tenants are exactly the type of people the townsfolk wish to avoid, and before long they became mired in accusations of littering, overcrowding, and murder.

Loretta might still harbor some empathy for a last-gasp effort at communal living by some aging children of Woodstock Nation. In fact, she quite cheerfully renews the lease the next year, despite what happened to Mark, the Death Cabin murder article in the newspaper, troubles with Zoning Commissioner Dachausen, and all the complaints from the neighbors.

WIll the former hippies succeed in maintaining their idealism in luxurious surroundings, at the dawn of the new age and the Me Generation?

Does Loretta hope the inevitable conflicts between her hard-partying tenants and Zoning Commissioner Dachausen will create the opportunity she is looking for? Maybe that's why, whenever Loretta comes to visit the estate, she always pauses on the walkway for a minute, gazing through the trees towards Dachausen's house, smiling.


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