Walking Papers

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Random House, 1988 - Fiction - 295 pages
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John Grape, still living the glory of his one great novel, loses his wife and money and takes a zany, perverse, and pleasure-seeking ride that lands him happily right back where he started

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Writer's block. Obesity. Too many drinks, too many cigarettes. Encroaching middle age. And a daughter who is flunking out of college. What else could go wrong for John Grape? He finds himself parted ... Read full review

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Jay Cronley, a member of the Oklahoma Writers Hall of Fame, writes a regular column for the Tulsa World. He is the author of eight novels, four of which (Cheap Shot, Funny Farm, Good Vibes, and Quick Change) were made into major motion pictures. He continues to develop original screenplays.

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