Getting out of Buffalo: A MEMOIR OF FAMILY SECRETS
Against a background of Buffalo, Hollywood, and Miami, “Getting out of Buffalo” is a humorous, sometimes racy young man’s trip through a jungle of neurotic parents, dangerous classmates, and occasionally willing young ladies. With equal injections of curiosity and frankness, Lee Marsh also examines his personal experiences with religious intolerance and a testy father-son relationship, proving in the end that even adversity has its funny side.
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