John G. Richards THE FISH HOUSE GANG

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The Fish House Gang is a middle-aged brotherhood of college buddies that graduated together from The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina. They meet in the spring of each year at the Fish House, a beach cottage on Rhett Island off of the coast of South Carolina, and every fall, they meet again at a lonely mental institution in Washington, DC, to visit their "lost boy," Steve Moss. The Fish House Gang is a rowdy crew, the aging children of Captain Kangaroo, disciples of MEN ARE FROM MARS, and their love for one another has never wavered. But, they all live in the painful shadow of Steve Moss who was driven to insanity while a prisoner of war. When the Fish House Gang was in college, Steve Moss was their brightest star, the best cadet among them, and it was Steve Moss who sacrificed his own future so that they could all graduate. They will never forget his devotion to peace and honor, God and country, but one of the men hides a terrible secret that has haunted him for thirty years. Jimbo Ryker, a retired Army colonel, was Steve's roommate at The Citadel and he has finally found the courage to tell the truth about what happened to their "lost boy" during the war. The Fish House Gang gathers again at the Fish House on Rhett Island for a weekend of fun and frolic, golf and fishing, but they are unaware that the final chapter in the heartbreaking saga of Steve Moss is about to be written.

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