Whatever Makes You Happy

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Click for availability and more information Whatever Makes You Happy, by William Sutcliffe

Who would have thought you can have the perfect novel for thirty-something slacker wannabes and sixty-somethings who only want to be grannies and meddling mothers-in-law? Three mothers, tired of being ignored, or worse, patronized, decide to show up uninvited on their sons' door steps. They give themselves one week to reconnect with their sons and find out just who their sons are. The two worlds converge in a way that is both funny and sad. By the time you reach the denouement, you are hoping there is a sequel in the wings, or at least, a movie.

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