"Reminiscent of the best of Walker Percy: a deeply funny, strange, moving account of middle-aged angst overcome by genius, sympathy, and profound naiveté."
A deceptively lighthearted fourth novel by the late cult favorite McMahon (1943-99; Loving Little Egypt
, 1986, etc.) depicts a forlorn husband's tragicomic quest to reclaim his AWOL wife.
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