A suburban midlife hybrid of Erma Bombeck and P. J. O'Rourke, featuring side-splitting riffs on subjects ranging from smartass cars and the subtext of grungy kids to the marital repercussions of a hamburger on the ceiling and the arcane art of living without a basement. With zany cartoons by award-winning illustrator Thom Zahler.
The stylish and punchy sequel to Breakfast At Noon performs humorous surgery on spousal gifts of geriatric garb, the fine line between terrible tweeny and tomboy, petri dish swimming pools, and other testy topics. Keep sutures handy--- you may bust a gut laughing! Illustrated by Thom Zahler.
Teen neural glitches, the lows of relocating, and spousal layoff vagaries are among the uncertainties mapped in this roguish yet meditative survey of midlife. A redemptive roller coaster. Illustrated by Thom Zahler.