Four college-age roommates live in James's house. Two are Native American, one of them a parolee. All attend church, more or less. Only one perceives the conflicts that will eventually turn the house against itself.
In each of these memorable short stories by Lewis Horne, there is a glimpse inside someone's intimate space through the eyes of young neighborhood peeping toms or a burglar who steals a young woman's diary or through the writer's ability to see beyond the structures we build around ourselves.