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Meet Larry Wyler, a man with a big heart, broad shoulders and some very odd baggage. After the runaway success of his debut novel, 'Spacious Skies', Larry decides to leave small-town life and his wife Iris, and move to Manhattan. But with his marriage in pieces and his second novel a flop, he suddenly finds himself struck down with a bad case of writer's block . . . Cue his new incarnation as the newspaper columnist 'Mr Blue', agony uncle to the lonely and frustrated. It may not be great literature, but perhaps the simple act of writing once again will help get Larry back on track.
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"'There's no need to ask me. I do; I already love Garrison Keillor.' Guardian 'Success, sex, failure and devotion are the central themes of Garrison Keillor's latest novel... everything is tied together by the author's dry wit - and more than the occasional belly laugh.' Metro London 'Both funny and beautiful.' Independent"
Garrison Keillor lives in St Paul, Minnesota, home of A Prairie Home Companion, his radio show that has been on the air since 1974. He wrote and appeared in Robert Altman's final film, A Prairie Home Companion and is the author of many books including the Lake Wobegon novels, which include Lake Wobegon Days, Pontoon and Pilgrims.