Home Again


"Having left the Anglo-Saxon gentry of Boston's Louisburg Square and the contentious left-wing intelligentsia of New York's Greenwich Village, retired novelist Pinpin wants nothing more than to be left alone. His wife dead, his books out of print, his sons lost to the seductive wiles of word processors and movie development deals, Pinpin decides to go to his hometown. But he is quick to assert, "I am not returning, touching base, none of that...Tampa is where I came from...that's all you could say for it."" "As soon as Pinpin sets foot back in his parents' house - against his will and his better judgment - he finds himself ensnared in family politics, with one cousin telling him not to trust another. Not knowing what to think, Pinpin is dragged along on a bizarre and hilarious quest through the back streets of Tampa on a mission to rescue his misguided young grandniece." Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved


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