When Dave and Charlie relocate to Phoenix, Daisy, a spry septuagenarian, shows up at their door after a long convalescence unaware her home has been sold. Across town, sparks fly when Anna hires Ernie as a handyman. Jack and Enid face the hardships of a married life altered by financial challenges.Tales of the City meets As Good As It Gets in this heartwarming page-turner about enduring love, friendship, and family.
"Beautifully told by Brad Graber...it was only when I closed the book that I realized I had only been reading."...Reviews by Amos Lassen
"Romance, human connection...the link between the living and the dead...punctuated by humorous episodes that will keep the reader entertained. This is a story that rings with originality; it is well-crafted and exhilarating."...Readers' Favorite
Winner of a National Indie Excellence Award, Arizona Authors Association Award, and Readers' Favorite Award.
Born in NYC, Graber writes fiction because no one in his family listened to him when he was growing up. Writing novels is his way of getting even. Graber's second novel is After the Fall. His third book is What's That Growing in My Sour Cream? Humorous Observations on a Modern Life. He also writes a blog: There, I Said It!