Mon, 2 September 2019
This week is a Tom pick: a novella by Jim Harrison featuring his beloved character Brown Dog. In "The Summer He Didn't Die," Brown Dog has some tooth problems, and also some sex. Just regular old Brown Dog stuff. Harrison is considered a master of the novella form, and a chronicler of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Is this his best work? Reviews are mixed.
Also this week: Mike continues his summer-long quest for a good donut, with a return trip to Philly favorite Federal Donuts.
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