A Better Man
"Herb has no words or experience with which to understand his wife's behavior, no concept of human complexity. As a second-generation insurance broker whose carefully hedged bachelor existence was altered when he married Maggie, an unstable showgirl nearly 20 years his junior, he has an overwhelming but untutored need to give and receive love."--Jacket.
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