BATMAN and ROBIN HAVE an ALTERCATION.
By Stephen King.
ORIGINAL KING STORY! FIRST APPEARANCE!
OVERVIEW: In Stephen King's first story for Harper's Magazine, a middle-aged man named Sanderson brings his Alzheimer's-afflicted father to Applebee's for their weekly lunch, where for three years they have ordered the same food and had the same conversation. Just as Sanderson despairs of finding any shred of the man who raised him, he’s saved from a brutal assault to find his father wielding a weapon procured in a moment of lucidity.
THE STORY BEGINS LIKE SO....
Sanderson sees his father twice a week. On Wednesday evenings, after he closes the jewelry store his parents opened long ago, he drives the three miles to Crackerjack Manor and sees Pop there, usually in the common room. In his “suite,” if Pop is having a bad day. On most Sundays, Sanderson takes him out to lunch. The facility where Pop is living out his final foggy years is actually called the Harvest Hills Special Care Unit, but to Sanderson, Crackerjack Manor seems more accurate...
This Purchase Features:
New issue of Harpers Magazine with the ONLY appearance of this original Stephen King story.
Sealed in an acid-free plastic cover for complete archival protection.
2012 Harpers Magazine.