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Lunch at the Piccadilly by Clyde Edgerton
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Jan 17, 2008

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Read in October, 2003

I saw the author & his band perform at ALA & read excerpts. They were giving out free galley prints, so I grabbed one. Hilarious in many parts. It is very reminiscent of Peck's A Long Way to Chicago, and of writings of Mark Twain. It also reminds me of my relationship with my Grandpa, as this story is of a middle-aged man who helps his aunt (like a 2nd mother to him) in her declining years in a rest home. The preacher man is a hoot. There is 1 in- appropriate part--careful recommending.

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