Tomcat In Love

American Humorous Fiction

Author: Tim O’Brien

In a tour de force of black comedy, award-winning novelist Tim O’Brien explores the battle of the sexes and creates a savage, startlingly inventive tale with a memorably maddening hero, a modern-day Don Juan who embodies the desires and bewilderment of men everywhere. Pompous, vain, shallow, inconsiderate, untrustworthy, fickle… linguistics professor Thomas ‘Tomcat’ Chip….Read More

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