Do Men Ever Listen?
Are Their Friendships Real?
How Does a Widower Start Over?
George Elden had it all. A lovely wife. Two beautiful adult children. A condo on the grounds of the Boca Raton Resort & Club. But when his wife dies, he's alone in retirement. A lost man. Sure, he has his golf buddies to console him. But then his friend Willy dies, George is caught off-guard. Why did Willy's family stay away from the funeral? Why did the check to the mortuary bounce? And why did George and his buddies have to pay to bury Willy? More importantly, what can George learn from Willy's life to escape making the same foolish mistakes?
From the award-winning author of The Intersect, After the Fall, and What's That Growing in My Sour Cream? comes a tale of redemption. The story of a man coming to grips with his mortality and the complications of human relationships. Told with wit, humor, and emotional power. Upscale contemporary fiction with a touch of Baby Boomer Dystopia.