In “one of the most endearing books about family life ever penned” (Washington Post Book World), Lawrence Naumoff writes with “effortless-looking brilliance” (Reynolds Price) about a couple careering toward a holiday meltdown after thirty years of married madness.
Table of Contents
|Part I THE FAMILY THAT EXPLODED|
|Part II THE NIGHT OF THE WEEPING WOMEN|
|Part III THE HOSTAGE CRISIS|
What People are Saying About This
"(Naumoff) looks at marriage honestly. What he sees is outrageously -- hilariously, tragically -- undeniable; and he sets it all down with effortless-looking brilliance."