In "A Good Neighbor," a man is menaced by the helpfulness of the old lady who lives next door.
Andrew Burt is a thief who has stolen a fortune in diamonds from his employer. Having fled New York, he travels to Maine and the house on the coast where he intends to hide. Although the house is in an isolated area, he soon discovers that he has a neighbor nearby. Mrs. Poe is an elderly lady with vivid premonitions about the dangers that surround them, and she insists on discussing her visions with him.
Mr. Burt wants to be alone so he can execute the next stage of his get-a-way plan, but Mrs. Poe wants to share everything with her new neighbor. Will she kill him with her kindness, or will he kill her to keep her quiet?
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