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The Building: Hidden Deep Within

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This dark, psychological mystery reveals the deeply disturbed mind of a reclusive young man, named Jessup Pinch. Confused and living on the street at seventeen, Jessup's life takes a turn when he's hired to work as a janitor in a large downtown building, and secretly offered a home in a small room in the dark basement of the same building. Hidden from society, he forms an attachment to the Building, believing it will protect him. He incorporates the Building into his dreams of a successful life, a wealthy life, one which will allow him to forget the people who have hurt him in the past. However, his emotional state is strained when he encounters a woman who works in the Building and who reminds him of the cruel mother he's trying to forget. Homicide Detectives Ted and Shelly McKinney encounter the strangely-pitiful Jessup Pinch while investigating a rash of murders. They both wonder why this seemingly-harmless young man seems to be entangled in each step of their investigation.
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Product Details

ISBN
9781329042278
Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Gail Matelson
Published
July 1, 2016
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
215.05 KB

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Printable? Yes
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