New York: America`s glamorous politician
Sarah Palin can now heave a sigh of relief, for his "stalking"
neighbour of three months is said to be moving to his home in
Massachusetts to pen a book on the former Alaskan governor.
Joe McGinniss, whose arrival in Alaska in May hit the
newspaper headlines and drew an indignant reaction from Palin,
is packing his bags and leaving tomorrow for Massachusetts to
write the book, the `New York Post` reported.
After his arrival, the Palins even tacked an extension
onto an eight-foot board fence between the homes, leaving only
a part of their home visible from McGinniss` driveway.
However, McGinniss, who wrote bestselling books like
`The Selling of the President`, said that peeping into windows
or peering through knotholes was never part of his research.
"I have been very busy but on Lake Lucille it`s been
very quiet. As I told Todd back in May -- he came over to get
in my face about moving in there -- I said,`You`re not even
going to know I`m there.
"A lot of the time I`m not going to be here. And
when I am, I mind my own business. I don`t care what happens
on your side of the fence. That`s not why I`m here`," he was
quoted by the newspaper as saying.
Palin has not yet responded on the author`s departure.