Аннотация к книге "No Vacancy: The Case of Abounding Cliches" Robert Jackson:
Fact: In 1930, a paperhanger, my father, survived the depression years and obtained ten lots of Lake Freeman.
Fact: Between the years 1931 and 1950, the seven cottages were built.
Fact: Places like Monticello, Indiana Park, Lakes Freeman, and Shafer Lake were created by the construction of Oakdale and Norway dams.
Fact: By driving south of Monticello and crossing a bridge over Lake Freeman and turning right, you would come to a subdivision called Sunset Park. There, you will find the seven cottages, and Cottages for Rent and No Vacancy signs.
Fact: Croquet, badminton, basketball, and cards were played by relatives and friends.
Fact: In 1951 the cottages were sold. Six of the seven cottages exist today.
Fiction: The sheriff and deputies, MPD officers, district attorneys, and the judges of White and Fayette counties were characters created in the mind of the author. The real public officials are most assuredly upstanding citizens.
Fiction: California Amusement Park was an outstanding attraction, but Lakeside Golf Course did not exist.