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How to talk to a widower
Jonathan Tropper
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Jan G. said:
Doug Parker's wife died suddenly and he is seriously grieving for her and his past life. He is lost without her. He wanders through his days drunk and in a blur. His life is pathetic, but his story is told in a hilarious way. Doug's family members are all going through their own mini dramas and they all want a piece of him. He clearly wants to be left alone and struggles with his family's antics to get him out of his mourning. Tropper is very astute in working through Doug's raw grief while providing hysterical comic relief. Do not be put off by the cover. Optioned by Paramount.
posted Jun 1, 2010 at 12:24PM
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main characters Doug Parker
Age: 29
Wife of two years died in a plane crash; displays his grief in his magazine columns; his teenage stepson is getting into constant trouble; his pregnant twin sister moves in with him; best friend's wife flirts with him.
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Doug's twin sister; just left her husband; moved in with Doug.

Engaged to Doug's ex-best friend; determined to have the perfect wedding.

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