by Jonathan Tropper

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Still reeling after catching his wife in the throes of adultery, Judd Foxman receives word that his father has died and heads home to sit shiva with his siblings. An outspoken, dysfunctional clan, the Foxmans spend the ensuing week fielding condolences, tying up loose ends and solving old disputes. This enjoyable novel is a funny, sad reminder that while you can't choose who you love, you can choose to forgive.

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