Peter Plate. Sleepwalkers (1985) 46 pp. [pbo]
In this novella, Faceless James Kunkler is in prison, serving a life sentence on conspiracy charges. He has been inside for three years when he wins an appeal and is released on his own recognizance pending a new court date. On his way out, he is warned to stay away from Sgt. Lackner, the San Francisco police officer who arrested him. Back in San Francisco, he breaks into an abandoned Victorian on Oak Street and retrieves a handgun he had hidden there three years earlier. He encounters ghosts in the house, meets up with his former friends Reyna and Charlene, has a violent encounter with Lackner, and exacts his revenge.