If you think this is going to be a tragic tale about grief, think again. Herbie is too cantankerous, sly, and charming to keel over. Enter Olive, a beautiful bartender who just might be a great actress; Candy, Herbie and Annie's neurotic daughter; and a woman named Billy, the tough-talking golf pro who teaches Herbie more about his psyche than about his lousy swing After Annie is a hilarious and beautifully rendered novel about a man off the rails, battling through the middle-aged wilderness days he hoped never to face alone. It is a book that examines the inevitable passing of time with clarity and wry brilliance, and a story of surprising power.
About the Author
Michael Tucker is perhaps best known for his work on L.A. Law which won him three Emmy nominations and two Golden Globe nominations. He has starred on Broadway, and his film credits include Radio Days, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Diner, Tin Men and An Unmarried Woman.