Gordon Bennett. The Old Man’s Plan. Davidson, NC: Lorimer Press, 2010.

Tiff Wicker works at a social service agency in Charlotte, helping people with troubles connect to the help they need.  But Tiff has her own problems.  She can’t pay her bills. When an acquaintance introduces her to a man who will lend her some money, she quickly finds herself in over her head.

Frank Kakasic is someone Tiff notices at the park near her home.  He’s a bit odd, and not as good with his dog as Tiff is with hers.  When Frank shows up at Tiff’s agency, Tiff sees a lonely old man.  Tiff thinks he needs help and maybe a few friends, but Frank senses that it is Tiff who is in trouble.  When Tiff is unable to get out of the loan shark’s grip, Frank puts together a plan to free her.

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