Michael Latchmer, instructed to bury the corpse of a date's pet dog, finds himself on a Dantesque adventure with a Haitian cab driver who claims that he can get money for the dog's body. "This is a ludicrous, occasionally amusing romp," said PW , although "the polished writing of novelist and poet Dobyns deserves a stronger plot than this." Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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A completly unique book. as I read this book it became almost unbearable because you just want it to end so you will find out what happens. The story is great and the humor keeps you going, but it is not until you finish the book and tell friends IN DETAIL the story that you realize the genius of the book.
You become the main character and your friends become the people in the book. I never have experienced this before. you can tell the DETAILED story over and over to whoever you want and watch what happens. TRULY AMAZING
Wildly funny, very original, beautifully written, perverse and touching. Written by a gifted poet and literary writer who also knows how to give a reader a good time -- and give the reader something to think about. One of my favorite books of all time.