Strange People, Queer Notions

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Strange People, Queer Notions is a 1958 novel by Jack Vance writing as John Holbrook Vance republished in the 2002 Vance Integral Edition (VIE).

Plot introduction[edit]

A young Oregonian art student is hired by another American to housesit a villa in a small Italian village. The employer then leads various members of the expatriate community in the village to believe the young man is a blackmailer.