Good Evening, Central Laundromat
What if your best friend’s ghost was still hanging around town? What if your girlfriend mysteriously lost her voice and didn’t seem to care? What if a strangely independent pigeon started following you wherever you went? These are the questions plaguing Cameron Delco as he struggles to get to the bottom of a bizarre mystery that begins with a fortune-teller in a late night laundromat and ends somewhere inside a dusty lint trap. A book where the present moment is like a dream and the distant past feels like an unfinished work-in-progress, Good Evening, Central Laundromat is about learning how to separate the lights from the darks in life, death, and laundry.
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