Books by Peter Svenson

A RELATIVELY YOUNG MAN by Peter Svenson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 1, 2007

"Limp, see-through adventures of an age-obsessed, out-of-shape mope who needs to get a life."
Featherweight third title in Svenson's "Budge Moss" series (after Wrongful Reconciliation, 2005) tracks the self-absorbed aging writer as he contemplates—again—cheating on his older girlfriend. Read full book review >
WRONGFUL RECONCILIATION by Peter Svenson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 1, 2005

"A writer unafraid to scour the cringing hearts of the high-middle-aged."
The sorry sequel to Svenson's debut, Washed Up with a Broken Heart in Rock Hall (2004), begins less than a year after Budge Moss's wife leaves him forlorn and loveless on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Read full book review >
WASHED UP WITH A BROKEN HEART IN ROCK HALL by Peter Svenson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 1, 2004

"A sad-funny tale of rising from the ashes of divorce for the Viagra set."
Dumped by his provider wife, smarting and bewildered, a 55-year-old ossifying writer who can still poke fun at himself starts over on Maryland's eastern shore—in a sweetly innocuous fiction debut. Read full book review >