The Intruder - Peter Blauner Reviews
Description:ISBN 185702463X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Peter Blauner / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 1997-07-03 by Fourth Estate
Newest Review: ... ill tramp they find themselves constantly followed and berated by him. Who is this John Q? He was once a man with a decent ... more
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by - written on 24/08/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
What would you do if you had a crazy tramp standing outside your house yelling abuse at your family? Calling the police would certainly be an easy decision, but not to be unkind, they rarely do stuff about crazy tramps anymore. In fact, in parts of the North West it's actually policy to allow as many shambling weirdos to roam the streets as possible; as a child I learnt early on to never to go to town on a Tuesday. With no one else around to help the next obvious decision is to enact some old school vigilante justice - when did that ever go wrong? I mean, no one will suspect you when the tramp that was standing outside your house ends up beaten to death, will ... Read the complete review
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