From the author of the Richard & Judy bestseller THE GOOD FATHER and the writer of the television series, Fargo.
The Henry brothers could not be more different. Scott is stuck in a dead-end job and has taken to hanging out in some of San Francisco's seedier dives. David, on the other hand, is a successful travelling salesman, and has not one happy family, but two (one on each coast).
Tensions run high as their father's death brings them together on a road-trip to New York, especially when their alcoholic mother is along for the ride and thinks nothing of revealing a long-held family secret . . .
Noah Hawley's savagely funny and ultimately uplifting novel explores what it really means to be a family.
[Hawley's] portrait of a dysfunctional family is at once insane, tender and hilarious. - People
Like an American Martin Amis, Noah Hawley expertly rides the line between hilarity and horror. - Tom Barbash
Brotherly love never hurt so good. - Kirkus Reviews
Noah Hawley is an Emmy, Golden Globe, PEN, Critics' Choice, and Peabody Award-winning author, screenwriter, and producer. He has published four novels and penned the script for the feature film Lies and Alibis. He created, executive produced, and served as showrunner for ABC's My Generation and The Unusuals and was a writer and producer on the hit series Bones. Hawley is currently executive producer, award-winning series, Fargo, and Legion from FX Productions and Marvel Television.