Chapter 52: Prelude to a Chase

In this year-long serialized novel set on the Vineyard in real time, a native Islander (“Call me Becca”) returns home after many years away, to help her unstable Uncle Abe keep his landscaping business, Pequot, afloat. Abe has a monomaniacal fear and loathing of Richard Moby, the CEO of an off-Island wholesaler, Broadway Nursery. Recently, Moby unscrupulously took over one Island landscaping business and undercut 5 others, thus re-invigorating Abe to try to “destroy” Moby.

Chapter 53: The Chase (aka Final Chapter)

To Date: A native Islander (“Call me Becca”) has returned home after many years away, to help her unstable Uncle Abe keep his landscaping business, Pequot, afloat. Abe has a monomaniacal fear and loathing of Richard Moby, the CEO of an off-Island wholesaler, Broadway Nursery. In early 2009, Moby unscrupulously took over one Island landscaping business and undercut five others, thus re-invigorating Abe to try to “destroy” Moby. To further complicate matters, Moby is engaged to Abe’s ex-wife, Gwen.

Moby Rich: The Epilogue

Moby Rich told the story of native Islander (“Call me Becca”) who returned home after many years away, to help her unstable Uncle Abe keep his landscaping business, Pequot, afloat. Abe had a monomaniacal fear and loathing of Richard Moby, the CEO of an off-Island wholesale nursery, who unscrupulously took over one Island landscaping business and undercut five others, provoking Abe to try to “destroy” Moby. To complicate matters, Moby was engaged to Abe’s ex-wife, Gwen.

Chapter 38: Enter Rachel the Gardener

In this year-long serialized novel set on the Vineyard in real time, a native Islander (“Call me Becca”) returns home after two decades to help her eccentric Uncle Abe keep his landscaping business, Pequot, afloat. Abe has a paranoid hatred of Richard Moby, the CEO of an off-Island wholesale nursery, Broadway. Convinced that Moby wants to destroy Abe personally, and all Island-based landscaping/nursery businesses generally, Abe is obsessed with “taking down” Moby.

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