One man dreams about what might have been and the other envisions what might still be.
Morris Kahn and Mendel Greenbaum have been friends for more years than either cares to remember. United by shuffleboard, a house they share with the women they love, and an abiding affection masked by constant bickering, they embark on a spur-of-the-moment road trip triggered by a yearning to see the ocean.
When they arrive at the beach, their openness to chance encounters leads them to Destiny—a woman, a place, and an opportunity to reimagine the rest of their lives.
The two men, facing the realities of aging as they approach their eighties, nevertheless revel with both exuberance and curiosity in what life offers them—friendship, the natural world, and fried clams.
General Fiction, 248 pages, 5.25 x 8
Trade Paperback, $18.95, Print ISBN: 978-1942209775 E-Book, $3.99, ISBN: 978-1942209782