Nestling under Fletcher’s bony Brahmin’s chin on the musty screen porch sofa as the sherry worked its magic in her veins, she allowed herself to believe that things were almost right with the world. The morning after was another story . . .
Hilarious and heartbreaking by turns, Almost Right with the World is a wry look at the limits of friendship, the bonds that survive divorce, and the lies we tell each other and ourselves in our love relationships.
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